2010-11-03

Shenzhen will Invest RMB 5 Billion Yuan in New Energy Vehicles in the 12th Five-Year Plans

The Shenzhen Government has released the development target of the new energy vehicles in the next 5 years——the fund of RMB 5 billion Yuan will be invested in the 12th Five-Year Plans to establish the new energy vehicle industry base whose output is expec.. more
2010-10-27

Connecticut will Provide $3 Million for Large Solar Projects

The Connecticut government  said that will provide $3 million in grants to help build large solar energy projects. Qualifying solar power systems have to be at least 50 kilowatts in size - so home solar installations won't be covered. The average home array p.. more
2010-10-26

U.S. Approves the World's Biggest Solar Power Project

The world's biggest solar power project was approved by the U.S. Interior Department, whose electricity is enough to power around 750,000 average American homes in southern California. The project, a joint venture of Solar Millennium AG and Ferrostaal AG.. more
2010-10-20

Portugal will Launch the Electric Vehicle Charging Network in 2011

Portugal is planning to open the world's first nationwide electric vehicle (EV) charging network early next year. By 2020, 10 percent of all vehicles are going to be replaced by electric cars in Portugal. "In the first half of 2011 in Portugal we will have .. more
2010-10-18

The Annual Output of Electric Vehicles in China will Reach 1M by 2020

China's annual production capacity of electric motor vehicles will reach 1 million units by 2020, a senior official forecast. As the world's largest auto market, new energy vehicles are key to the development of China's auto industry, said Minister of Sci.. more
2010-10-13

Michigan Readies as the U.S. Prepares for Electric Vehicles

More than 5,300 home and workplace charging stations are planned to be installed in Michigan as the state prepares for the introduction of new electric vehicle technology. General Motors and its partners are teaming up to help give Chevrolet Volt buyers more options for .. more
2010-08-24

China will Unveil the Electric Vehicle Standards

The Chinese government will implement three standards to regulate electric vehicle charging stations this October and is set to develop a further five, the State Electricity Regulatory Commission said. The Energy Bureau is in discussions with power companies and oil pr.. more

 

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