Monthly Archives: April 2012

eBay Getting into Green Car Sales, Other Stories to Follow

Highlights from this upcoming Tuesday’s Green Automotive Digest: Guess who’s getting into selling used electric vehicles, hybrids, natural-gas powered vehicles, biofuels-powered, diesel engine, and high-mileage gasoline engine cars? eBay! Automotive Digest Publisher Chuck Parker was honored with an honorary lifetime … Continue reading

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Green Automotive Digest Comes Back

Green Automotive Digest will start up again Tuesday, and will be a weekly publication tracking the business of green cars, fuels, and technologies. It’s read by about 65,000 managers in the auto industry – dealers, OEMs, suppliers, fleets, associations, and … Continue reading

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The Future is Now for EVs, Says Fleet Leader

If you want to advance green vehicle technologies, get a leader in the fleet management sector to jump on board. To simplify it, fleets tend to buy large volumes of vehicles and drive the hell out of them in a … Continue reading

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OpConnect’s Wireless Valet Goes Social

EV charging technology company OpConnect has an interesting charging station offering – a Wireless Valet program with mobile applications and Facebook integration. Wireless Valet users can do a few things on Facebook – leave comments on charging stations, “Like” a … Continue reading

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