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Revenge of the Electric Car

Many things in your life haven’t changed since 2010 but one thing certainly has: You won’t need to buy gas in order to drive. Potential demand for electric cars in New York City is strong enough that consumers will likely buy up all available supply for the next several years, according to a PlaNYC study, released in January, that explored potential demand and environmental benefits for electric vehicles in the city. billion in stimulus grants to the industry.

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Cleantech Blog: Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles

Tony Karrer Delicious EVdriven

Renewables That Even Coal-Based Utilities Can Love. The Three Prongs of the “Green&# Energy Stimulus Pa. Instead they could buy back electricity at peak hours from vehicle drivers. And yes, buy cheap (night) sell high (day) and sell local (remember there are HUGE line losses in the common interstate grids- more so in daytime high power draw hours.

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Electric-Car Fans Rally Around the Volt - Green Inc. Blog -

Tony Karrer Delicious EVdriven

Bob Lutz’s Latest Volt Test Drive Sprinting for Green Stimulus Dollars New Subsidies for Electric Cars in Britain Electric Car Makers: Oregon Wants You G.M. Yeah, go buy a 59k Tesla that can go 200 miles… then your screwed, sure go park and get a hotel and charge it for 8 hours… then go another 200 miles, great for long trips i’m sure. Most people would have bought a new car years ago, but I didn’t because nothing worth buying was on the market.

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Why Warren Buffett is investing in electric car company BYD - Apr. 13, 2009

Tony Karrer Delicious EVdriven

More from Fortune No party for Citis owners: You and me Is it time to buy American Express? GE: The global stimulus bellwether FORTUNE 500 Current Issue Subscribe to Fortune (Fortune Magazine) -- Warren Buffett is famous for his rules of investing: When a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for bad economics, it is usually the reputation of the business that remains intact.

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