By Silvio Marcacci on July 25, 2012
A daily roundup of the most important energy, environment, and climate news from around the world.
Category: News | Tags: Air pollution, Alberta, Austin, biofuel, biomass, Brazil, california, cap and trade, China, clean tech, climate, Climate Change, Demand response, drought, Electric Vehicle, emissions, EU, europe, European Union, ev, EV charging infrastructure, General Motors, germany, GM, Great Lakes, green building, green business, greenland, grid, Keystone XL, LEED, Maine, michigan, Montana, natural gas, Net zero, offshore wind, oil, oregon, Pecan Street, PGE, Rare earths, Recycling, renewable portfolio standard, renewables, rps, Shale gas, Shale oil, smart grid, smart meters, solar, Soot, Subsidy, tar sands, tariffs, texas, Tidal, transmission, uk, united kingdom, usda, USGBC, V2G, volt, Wholesale electricity, wind, World Trade Organization, WTO | 0
By Timothy Hurst on November 29, 2010
Not to be outdone by the Chevy Volt, which is fresh off winning Car of the Year and the Green Car of the Year in the U.S., the all-electric Nissan LEAF has been named the European Car of the Year.
By Timothy Hurst on November 18, 2010
On the same day that General Motors returned to the stock exchange with a much-ballyhooed IPO, and just days after the Chevy Volt was named the 2011 Motor Trend Car of the Year, GM announced that Chevrolet is making a $40 million investment in clean energy and community sustainability projects.