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Nissan to spend $18 billion developing a cheaper, more powerful EV battery

Nissan to spend $18 billion developing a cheaper, more powerful EV battery

Over the next five years, Nissan Motor Company will put 2 trillion yen ($17.6 billion) toward developing a cheaper, more powerful battery to serve its expanded lineup of electric vehicles, the company announced Monday.

In lobbying battle for electric vehicle tax credit, it’s car makers vs. the oil and gas industry
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In lobbying battle for electric vehicle tax credit, it’s car makers vs. the oil and gas industry

A federal tax credit that has boosted electric car sales is starting to run out.
Nissan whips up UK's first carbon free ice cream van that tweets instead of playing jingles
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Nissan whips up UK's first carbon free ice cream van that tweets instead of playing jingles

Nissan has unveiled the first zero-emission electric ice cream van in the UK, which will use twitter to broadcast its location in order to entice customers instead of playing traditional jingles.
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The latest weak attacks on EVs and solar panels

The latest weak attacks on EVs and solar panels

The powerful few who benefit from the fossil fuel status quo are exerting their influence

Switching to electric cars is key to fixing America's 'critically insufficient' climate policies

Switching to electric cars is key to fixing America's 'critically insufficient' climate policies

In order to meet its share of the carbon pollution cuts needed to achieve the 2°C Paris international climate target, America's policies are rated as "critically insufficient" by the Climate Action Tracker.

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‘People are freaking out.’ Will electric vehicles doom your neighborhood auto mechanic?
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‘People are freaking out.’ Will electric vehicles doom your neighborhood auto mechanic?

Some experts believe they could be among the first casualties of an impending electric car revolution.
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