Monthly Archives: August 2012

How auto aftermarket and remanufacturing tells the green story

By Gary McCoy, PR Director, The Marx Group Everybody talks about being “green” in their business practices and consumers often say they want to buy “green” products. But the disparity between talk and action is often wide. A McKinsey Quarterly … Continue reading

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ChargePoint Execs on What Consumers Wiling to Pay per Hour for EV Charging

According to speakers at last month’s Plug-in 2012 conference in San Antonio, Texas, a pressing issue is public charging stations starting to charge user fees. They were free for the past couple of years, and now they’re starting to bill … Continue reading

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Getting Butts in Seats Critical to Overcoming Fear Factor

Olympic organizers have cracked down on hydrogen fuel cell taxis in London by shutting down the city’s only hydrogen refueling station. Three of these cabs had to be shipped 65 miles away for refueling. Why? the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) said … Continue reading

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