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Rolling coal now illegal in New Jersey

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has signed a law making rolling coal illegal in the state. The bill was introduced less than a year ago after a pickup belched soot on a State Assemblyman's Nissan Leaf. Continue reading Rolling coal...Show More Summary

Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Now #2 In UK Electric Car Sales

Originally published on EV Obsession. Despite the Nissan LEAF’s apparently strong top position in the UK electric vehicle (EV) market, the Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid (PHEV) has managed to make significant gains since its release last year. Show More Summary

Audi A3 e-tron Gets Charged Fast, Gets There Slow

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : MotorCrave

Electric vehicles are starting to catch on with automakers, especially since the millionth Prius rolled out in the U.S. The Nissan Leaf, aimed squarely at urban drivers who don’t need a lot of range, is showing promise and more electrics are aimed squarely at that market, especially with gas hitting $4 a gallon and threatening [...]

Electrci Car Sales In April: Tesla Model S #1, Nissan LEAF #2… Chevy Spark EV #3?!

Originally published on EV Obsession. 100% electric car sales were up 31% in the USA in April 2015 compared to April 2014, and sales from January through April were up 63% (with my estimate for Tesla Model S sales included). Overall,...Show More Summary

Worldwide Sales Of Nissan LEAF Tops 170,000 Vehicles

Originally published on EV Obsession. At what point does a niche vehicle stop being, well, niche? Though electric car sales represent just 0.5% of new car sales world, the numbers are starting to add up to a meaningful impact. SalesShow More Summary

What Kia Got Right (and Wrong) With the 2015 Soul EV

Hamster lovers far and wide were thrilled when Kia announced they were taking their hip, iconic Soul electric. Kia's EV offering is smart, sexy, fun and it stands up well to its main competitor the Nissan LEAF. Let's take a look at some...Show More Summary

[Jay] turns over a new Leaf, scores batteries

[Jay] got a pretty good deal on a low milage Nissan Leaf battery. Unfortunately, it came wrapped in a wrecked Nissan Leaf. There are more and more electric cars on the road each year, and that means there are more cars coming off the road as well due to accidents. Show More Summary

5 Vehicles We Wish Were Electric

While there are more electric vehicle options on the road today than ever before, only a handful of them are offered nation-wide and even fewer are readily available. Cars such as the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, Ford Focus EV and Tesla Model S give buyers different options, but we know that variety is the spice of life. Show More Summary

“Emergency Ride Home” – Will San Francisco Pay For Your Taxi Ride Home If You Bike to Work and Get a Flat Tire? Yes

TweetHere it is, from the San Francisco Department of the Environment: Emergency Ride Home This program is similar to those offered by Stanford U, UC, and Marin County and your major corporations. So, if you power your Nissan Leaf all-electric car or ZERO all-electric motorcycle with clean Hetch Hetchy hydroelectricity, SFGov is saying that your commute to […]

Seattle To Use 28 Nissan LEAFs For Parking Enforcement

Police cars in America have traditionally been big sedans with big engines and little regard to fuel economy, but those days are long gone. Now, many police cars use V6 engines instead of V8s, and an increasing number even have plugs. Show More Summary

Cheap Gas Helps Pull the Plug on Electric Cars

Sales of the Nissan Leaf and other electric cars have dipped thus far in 2015, and automakers have resorted to price cuts to boost interest in plug-ins.

Nissan aims to sell 50,000 Leaf EVs annually

last monthVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The company sold 30,000 units in 2014, but sales are now down by more than 20 percent for the first three months of the year.

Top 10 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week

Time for another “top 10? rundown. As the title indicates, these were the most popular CleanTechnica articles published in the past week… US Electric Car Sales: No Surprises. Tesla Model S, Nissan LEAF, & BMW i3 On Top Again Elon Musk:...Show More Summary

Nissan Leaf Drive Train is 25 Times More Reliable than Conventional Cars

Nissan recently released the results of a five year study that found 99.99 percent of its battery packs are still operating as warrantied

How Electric Cars Will Overcome Charging Limits

Electric cars, or EVs, are a great alternative to traditional gasoline burning engines, and are quickly becoming the go-to cars for the environmentally conscious. Unfortunately, there is a catch — the range.  The Nissan Leaf  and Tesla Model S are the two most popular electric cars. Show More Summary

Nissan Creating New Carsharing Program In Yokohama, Japan

Nissan, the Japanese automaker behind the LEAF electric vehicle (EV), amongst other things, will soon be testing out a new vehicle based on the Renault Twizy chassis as part of a new public carsharing program in Yokohama, Japan. TheShow More Summary

US Electric Car Sales: No Surprises. Tesla Model S, Nissan LEAF, & BMW i3 On Top Again

Originally published on EV Obsession. I was just thinking about writing yet another article about compliance cars — basically, I was going to pose a question about when we can expect to see most car manufacturers actually aim to sell...Show More Summary

Advanced Energy Technology of the Week: Electric Vehicles

Plug-in electric vehicles are powered completely or in part by rechargeable batteries. PEVs include battery electric vehicles such as the Nissan Leaf, which need to be recharged through external power, and plug-in hybrid vehicles such as the Chevy Volt, which contain both a battery and a gasoline-powered engine. read more

Volkswagen e-Golf Surpasses Nissan LEAF As Top-Selling EV In Europe

The Nissan LEAF has begun to face stiffer competition — with regard to growing electric vehicle (EV) sales from other manufacturers — as the market has continued developing. No longer can you more or less simply assume that Nissan’sShow More Summary

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