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Seoul's Bus Fleet Plans to Turn Half Electric by 2020

South Korea’s capital is the home of some newly-launched electric buses. A country that’s heavily dependent on fossil fuels, Korea is now one of the most fervent investors in battery technologies and renewable energy.

Oil Recycled From BP Spill Used to Make Chevy Volt Plastic Parts

The BP spill has definitely caused a lot of environmental damage and people spent a lot of money and energy to clean it. To make themselves a greener image the General Motors company has, for marketing purposes, announced that they will use recycled BP spilled oil to make the plastics in the iconic Chevy Volt… which is a half-blood electric.

Revenge of the Electric Car Trailer Released: Watch It Here

A few days ago, we made an appeal to everyone to Like the page of Revenge of the Electric Car on Facebook. Well, it looks like they got their votes (it was only a matter of time), and I think my article contributed a little to the release of the trailer.

RAV4 EV Revived by Toyota and Tesla Motors Venture

Because Tesla and Toyota made an agreement this spring to build an electric car, everybody thought that the joint venture between them will result in a small car being built, like we’ve been used to – the Prius, the Roadster, the Yaris etc.

Some Diesels Cleaner Than Electric Cars, Swiss Researchers Say

European cars often get a fuel economy of about 42 mpg, with some newer models even getting 60 mpg or more. The technology adopted for electric cars, on the other hand, uses mainly lithium ion batteries, made of metals extracted from mountains by using complex chemical processes that not only generate CO2, but also pollute the environment and help to deforestation.