Monthly Archives: December 2011

Green Automotive Digest – Changes in Store

Green Automotive Digest in on hiatus for now. It will be starting back up, most likely in February, with some content changes. We know that it needs to be distinct and meet some missing information needs out there, during a … Continue reading

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The latest on hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle apps

Hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle coverage has been plentiful lately. Seeing a lot of these cars on our roads is still a ways out, but it’s presence is growing in different applications and development projects. Pike Research just rated the … Continue reading

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Evatran Testing Plugless Power EV Charging at Six Locations

Wireless electric vehicle charging developer Evatran is moving forward on its mission of providing EV owners with a plug-free charging solution. Contracts have been signed with six high-profile commercial participants to charge their Chevy Volts and Nissan Leafs with pre-production … Continue reading

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Jon LeSage’s green car newsletter – and why the name changed

I have a monthly newsletter on green cars and fuels that’s been going out since September of last year. I love doing it, and have learned a lot from the experience. This month, I’ve changed a few things. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Green Car Blog-omania!!!

My apologies for delaying blog postings since last week – mea culpa, mea culpa. Hey, I’ve been busy. With the truckload of newsletters, press releases, Google Alerts, and other stuff sent to me, I get buried under info. Sometimes that’s … Continue reading

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How Electric Vehicle Makers Can Avoid Bankruptcy

As Aptera announced it’s pulling the plug on its corporate entity and pulling its 2e three-wheeler electric car from the market, the question of why so many of these EV makers have gone under comes up. There’s no easy answer … Continue reading

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Begrudgingly surrendering to eHarmony and other social media

At 48 years old, I belong to the “in between” generation – right after the Baby Boomers and right before Generation X. I have friends and family who are a few years older than me and in the Boomer category, … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Green Automotive Digest for Now

Automotive Digest’s weekly e-newsletter Green Automotive Digest is going on hiatus — maybe temporarily, maybe permanently. It makes me sad to report it. Starting in October 2009, it came out as Automotive Digest Weekly Green, and earlier this year changed … Continue reading

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GM making big bucks in recycling revenue

When I look at how green the auto industry has become, I usually review product lineups – how many hybrids, EVs, fuel cell vehicles, etc.? As for looking at the big picture of corporate sustainability, that gets confusing. GM, Ford, … Continue reading

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