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Six Fleets to Test Wireless Charging System for EVs

WYTHEVILLE, VA -- Evatran, a developer of wireless charging systems for electric vehicles, announced it has signed contracts with six high-profile commercial participants to outfit their Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf models with pre-production Plugless Power wireless charging systems.

BMW, Toyota to Collaborate on Lithium-Ion Battery Technology

TOKYO, JAPAN – Toyota Motor Corp. and BMW Group said they have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on green technologies, including next-generation lithium-ion battery development.

Fleet Managers Learn About Alt-Fuel Options at Seattle Workshop

SEATTLE – Fleet managers test-drove bi-fuel autogas vehicles and heard presentations outlining alt-fuel options during a Nov. 30 workshop at McKinstry Innovation Center in Seattle. EnterpriseSeattle and the Washington Clean Technology Alliance sponsored the event.

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Car-Sharing Fleet to Take Delivery of Mitsubishi i in San Francisco

CYPRESS, CA – Mitsubishi Motors North America said it will make its first delivery of a 2012 model-year Mitsubishi i electric vehicle to a fleet customer on Thursday, Dec. 8. The customer is City CarShare, a San Francisco Bay-area nonprofit car-sharing group.

EV Charging Network Launched in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

ARLINGTON, VA -- 350Green, a developer of electric vehicle charging station networks, and Simon Property Group, a retail real estate developer, officially launched 350Green's public EV charging network in Baltimore and the D.C. metro area.

Infrastructure Developments Corp. Begins Natural Gas Engine Conversion Operations

SALT LAKE CITY -- Infrastructure Developments Corp. announced that it has begun compressed natural gas (CNG) generator conversion operations in Thailand and that its partner has entered into letters of intent to stage CNG vehicle conversion operation in Arizona.

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Nismo Gives Nissan Leaf a Sportier Look for Concept Car

TOKYO, JAPAN -- Nismo, the motorsports arm of Nissan Motor Co., at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show revealed its second road car concept– a sportier version of the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle.

Paper Transport Fleet Testing Prototype CNG Engines

GREEN BAY, WI – Paper Transport Inc., a Wisconsin-headquartered truckload carrier, said it has put into service two tractors with 12-liter prototype CNG engines produced by Cummins.

Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure Conference Set for Houston in Jan.

HOUSTON – The Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure Conference and Exhibition is scheduled for Jan. 24-25 in Houston.

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I-GO to Install 18 Solar-Powered EV Charging Stations

CHICAGO -- I-GO Car Sharing, a nonprofit car-sharing organization in Chicago, has launched a $2.5 million electric vehicle project that will add 36 all-electric vehicles to its fleet and 18 solar charging stations that will be publicly accessible.

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Volkswagen Unveils All-Electric eT Concept Delivery Vehicle

POTSDAM, GERMANY – Volkswagen Group Research recently unveiled its electric-powered eT! concept vehicle at the Design Center in Potsdam, Germany.

Champagne’s Energy Becomes Alliance AutoGas Partner

PORTLAND, ME – Champagne’s Energy Inc., which provides propane autogas vehicle conversions and fueling to fleets in Maine, has become a new Alliance AutoGas partner.

Hillsborough County Transit Agency to Add CNG Station

TAMPA, FL – The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) in Tampa, Fla., said it has won a $2.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to add a new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station at HART’s maintenance facility.

A Smith Newton all-electric truck in the Frito-Lay fleet

Smith Electric Vehicles to Open New York Plant in 2012

KANSAS CITY, MO – Smith Electric Vehicles Corp. announced plans to open a manufacturing facility in the state of New York in 2012 to build the Smith Newton all-electric medium-duty vehicle.

Biodiesel Conference Set for San Francisco in January

SAN FRANCISCO – The California Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Conference is scheduled for Jan. 16, 2012 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis.

Freightliner, Enova Introduce Green Fleet Purchase Program

GAFFNEY, SC – Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. (FCCC) and Enova have launched a program aimed at making commercial electric vehicles more accessible and affordable to fleets.

Clemson University's Biodiesel Program Honored

CLEMSON, SC — The biodiesel program at Clemson University has been named Energy Project of the Year by the Association of South Carolina Energy Managers.

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NHTSA Probing Fire Risk in Post-Collision Chevrolet Volts

WASHINGTON -- The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced on Nov. 25 that the agency is opening a formal safety defect investigation to assess fire risk in Chevrolet Volts that have been involved in a serious crash.

BMW i3 Concept

BMW Showcases i3 Concept EV

LOS ANGELES – During the Los Angeles Auto Show, BMW showcased the fully electric BMW i3 concept. Due for release in 2013, the electric car can seat four and travel an estimated 80 miles on a single charge.

Lincoln Energy Solutions Expands Biofuel Delivery Service Area

GREENVILLE, SC – Biofuels provider Lincoln Energy Solutions said it will double its fleet size by early 2012 in order to expand the company’s delivery service throughout the Southeast.

GreenMan Technologies Subsidiary Draws $60,000 Dual-Fuel Order

LYNNFIELD, MA -- GreenMan Technologies Inc. announced that its APG International subsidiary has received a follow-on order from ODIZIM/CNG Technologies Ltd., its local distributor in Africa, for the continued conversion of an existing customer's local delivery truck fleet.

2012 Volt Moves into California’s HOV Fast Lane

LOS ANGELES – A low-emissions package that qualifies the model-year 2012 Chevrolet Volt to access California’s high-occupancy vehicle traffic lanes will be standard on all models sold in the Golden State early next year, Chevrolet announced.

South Carolina Capital to Tap Used Turkey Cooking Oil for Biodiesel

COLUMBIA, SC – City officials in Columbia, S.C., are asking local residents who plan to deep-fry their Thanksgiving turkey to save the used cooking oil and drop it off later at the city’s Public Works facility. Midlands Biofuels will use that used oil to make biodiesel that will help fuel the city’s fleet.

 

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