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Negotiating the Alt-Power Jungle

Sometimes going green is less about the ‘best’ technology and more about where the government puts its money — and fleet buyers with good intentions are caught in the middle.

November 15, 2010

Nissan LEAF: How Does it Drive?
How to Rent an Electric Car

How to Rent an Electric Car

Enterprise and Hertz are rotating the Nissan LEAF into their rental fleets. How do you rent a vehicle with brand-new technology that no one has driven before?

November 9, 2010

Key Takeaways from the Green Fleet Conference (Part II)
Key Takeaways from the Green Fleet Conference (Part 1)
My Ride in the X-Prize Winner (video)

My Ride in the X-Prize Winner (video)

The all-electric E-Tracer and its gas-powered equivalent, the Monotracer, are not practical alternatives to the passenger car. But if you’re interested in a new form of mobility, you can have one for about $80,000 to $100,000.

October 14, 2010

Chevy Volt Test Ride

Chevy Volt Test Ride

When it finally makes it to fleet, drivers will like the Volt’s large (for an EV) cargo space, while the gas-power range-extending capabilities should open up a lot more possibilities for fleet applications. Check out the photos.

October 6, 2010

The Nissan LEAF: an EV, and a Real Car

The Nissan LEAF: an EV, and a Real Car

We took a spin in the Nissan LEAF. The fit-and-finish and drive characteristics are up to North American standards, and the range does not disappoint.

September 30, 2010

Coping with EV Range Anxiety

Coping with EV Range Anxiety

Most of us fill our gas tanks when we have 40 miles to ‘Empty.’ With electric vehicles, the fun is just beginning.

September 13, 2010