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  • EcoVelocity 2012 wrap: the good and the bad

    EcoVelocity 2012, the second outing of the annual green motorshow, was generally considered a big success, especially given that the first show took place in a different venue just eight months prior. However, not everything was rosy, as one reader pointed out to us by email.
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    By Will Dron May 23, 2012 4:08 PM
  • EcoVelocity ready to go live this weekend

    London’s second annual EcoVelocity low-carbon vehicle motorshow will kick off at ExCeL London this bank holiday weekend, starting on Saturday 5 May. One of the star features of the show will be the chance for members of the public to have a go in electric and low-emission cars such as the Vauxhall Ampera, Peugeot iOn, Nissan LEAF and more.
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    By Gavin Conway May 2, 2012 1:52 PM
  • EcoVelocity confirms public test drive vehicles

    EcoVelocity, the low carbon motorshow, has confirmed that seven major manufacturers will be bringing vehicles for the public to try out on its 3.5-mile test drive course.
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    By Will Dron April 26, 2012 2:50 PM
  • Electric vans eligible for UK grant named

    The UK government has revealed the initial seven electric vans that will qualify for its Plug-in Van Grant (PiVG).
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    By Gavin Conway February 21, 2012 1:37 PM
  • Is Mia a city solution or a step backwards?

    French carmaker Mia has a clear view on the role of electric cars, and it’s a world away from the gorgeous, long-range luxury saloon vision of the likes of Tesla Motors. Mia believes that electric cars are strictly urban vehicles, rather than inter-city cruisers, which will be limited by the weight and efficiency of current battery technology.
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    By Will Dron October 24, 2011 5:48 PM