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BMW sets up end-to-end battery recycling in Europe

Green Car Reports

Teaming with a new Norwegian battery supplier and a Belgian recycling company, BMW is aiming to build a fully sustainable future battery supply chain. The company announced on Monday that it formed a partnership with Northvolt, which is building Europe's largest battery factory for electric cars in Sweden. At the same time BMW is working with. Battery recycling

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MPs calls on government to ban new petrol and diesel by 2032

Green Cars News

The government has previously announced a ban on the sale of all new petrol and diesel vehicles in the UK from 2040

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Porsche adds wagon to upcoming Taycan electric lineup

Green Car Reports

Porsche announced Friday that it will expand its high-powered upcoming electric-car lineup from one model to two, with a new stretched-roof crossover hatchback joining the standard Taycan liftback. The Taycan electric sedan is a Tesla Model S competitor scheduled to go into production in 2019. It started out as the Mission E concept. The new. Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV

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Hybrid rumble: Toyota Prius vs Hyundai Ioniq vs Toyota C-HR vs Kia Niro

Green Cars News

Considering a hybrid as your next car? You aren’t alone

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EPA: Cleaner power generation offset increase of vehicle emissions in 2017

Green Car Reports

emissions of global-warming greenhouse gases fell 2.7 percent in 2017, despite the Trump administration's efforts to revive coal use in the U.S., the EPA announced on Monday. The EPA released data for 2017, showing an even larger 4.5 percent drop in emissions from power plants compared with 2016, as more coal plants are retired. So electric. global warming greenhouse gas air pollution

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Audi to pay $927 million fine over diesel scandal in Germany

Green Car Reports

Audi agreed on Tuesday to pay a $928 million fine to put the diesel emissions-cheating scandal behind it in its home country, Germany. The 800 million Euro fine to German authorities, consists of $923 million (795 million Euros) in profits the company made selling diesels that didn't comply with emissions standards plus the maximum fine of $5.8. Volkswagen diesel scandal

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