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Tesla Delivers 17,400 Vehicles in Q4 2015; Total 2015 Deliveries Were 50,580 Tesla Q4 deliveries consisted of 17,192 Model S vehicles and 208 Model X vehicles. (507 Model X vehicles were produced during Q4 with the remainder to be delivered in early Q1.)
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Nissan and BMW install 120 EV charging stations in US By CTBR Staff Writer
Automotive firms Nissan and BMW have installed 120 dual-port fast-charging stations across 19 states in the US to support electric vehicle (EV) drivers.
Energy Management > Transport Sustainability > News Lucky Supermarkets and EVgo open nation's largest public EV charging site in Fremont The 100th EVgo Freedom Station in California is now open to the public and is the nation's largest publicly-available multi-standard fast charging site able to serve any vehicle on the road.
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NEL and Uno-X to build hydrogen refuelling station network
NEL ASA has signed a letter of intent with Uno-X Gruppen AS (Uno-X), part of Reitangruppen AS, for the rollout of minimum 20 hydrogen refuelling stations covering all the major cities in Norway within 2020.
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Renault-Nissan Alliance to install new EV charging stations in Paris
By CTBR Staff Writer
Renault-Nissan Alliance, along with partners, is installing new charge spots for electric vehicles (EV) throughout Paris, France just in time for the COP21 global summit on climate change.
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Initial Veefil fast charger goes live in New Zealand’s first fast-charging network
The first Veefil fast charger for electric vehicles (EV) to be installed in New Zealand, designed and manufactured by Australian company Tritium, will be operational for public use from 30 October. Located in the town of Kaiwaka, situated between Auckland and Northland, this represents the launch of Phase 1 of a three-year project by ChargeNet to create the country’s first fast-charging network.
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Recycle your Steam and Save Energy
The potential of Mechanical Vapour Recompression (MVR) using Radiax® Technology.
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Kia Motors launches Soul EV in four new US markets
By CTBR Staff Writer
Kia Motors America (KMA) is expanding the availability of Soul Electric Vehicle (Soul EV) to four new US states including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Maryland, increasing the number of states selling Soul EV to ten.
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New Power Features Installation Complete at NRG Park
NRG Energy announces the completion of an energy technology project at NRG Park®, the 350-acre sports and entertainment complex encompassing NRG Stadium® and surrounding facilities.
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Georgia Power to expand sustainable transportation infrastructure with 11 new EV charging islands
By CTBR Staff Writer
Georgia Power, a subsidiary of American electric utility Southern Company, is planning to open 11 new electric vehicle (EV) charging islands at its properties across the US state of Georgia.
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US DOE to fund advanced vehicle technologies development, solar power generation
By CTBR Staff Writer
The US Department of Energy (DOE) will provide close to $55m in funding to advance fuel efficient vehicle technologies, in a bid to cut down on foreign oil and curb harmful emissions.
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A first fast-charge station in the Estrie region - Carrefour Sante Globale is now an Electric Circuit Partner
The Electric Circuit is pleased to announce the signing of a partnership agreement with Magog's Carrefour Santé Globale (CSG), as well as the commissioning of a 400-V fast-charge station and four 240-V charging stations for electric vehicles. Visitors can now charge their cars in the parking lot of the new shopping center located at 2389, Rue Principale Ouest. The announcement is part of Équittere's Rendez-Vous branchés event being held at CSG.
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USDA awards $100m to fund renewable fuel infrastructure expansion
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The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded $100m in grants to 21 states to boost the renewable fuel infrastructure.
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