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17. British buyers get paid for an electric car purchase20.12.2010   17:24 
Last week the UK government announced the milestone which could make 2011 the year of the electric car for the UK - and revealed five more regions that will be installing local charging points having successfully bid for a share of a £20m fund The first nine cars to become eligible for eco-friendly
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18. GM and electric utilities will install electric-car charge stations13.10.2010   09:52 
American auto-maker General Motors (GM) and two Michigan utilities announced on Tuesday that they are going to install more than 5300 charging stations in Michigan as part of an effort to speed the adoption of plug-in hybrids like the upcoming Chevy Volt, Reuters reported. GM plans
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19. IEA Forum at Paris Motor Show launches Electric Vehicles Initiative05.10.2010   10:47 
A new initiative, the “Electric Vehicles Initiative” was launched last Friday at the Paris Motor Show (Salon mondial de l’automobile), by a consortium including the International Energy Agency (IEA) and eight countries: China, France, Germany, Japan, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and
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20. UK Government awarded £24 mln to develop low carbon vehicles18.09.2010   11:43 
The six winning projects - which together with contributions from business will receive total funding of £52m - are part of the latest Technology Strategy Board competition. Projects include the development of new engines for plug-in hybrid versions of Nissan, Lotus and Jaguar
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