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Utah to deploy electric pick-up trucks

Utah Governor Gary Herbert, together with state-based electric vehicle manufacturer VIA Motors and utility company Rocky Mountain Power, announced a new project that will deploy electric pick-up trucks in the state in an effort to reduce its carbon emissions. When the project gets implemented, Utah will become the first state in the United States to demonstrate electric pick-up trucks that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions while providing clean tech jobs and cheap energy for its citizens, said the governor.

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‘Green’ jet fuel flies aviation official to Rio+20

Honeywell Green Jet Fuel, produced from inedible plant oil and used cooking oil, powered delegate flights to the Rio+20 United Nations conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. UOP L.L.C., a subsidiary of Honeywell, participated in the project led by the International Civil Aviation Organization. ICAO secretary general Raymond Benjamin flew to Brazil on two flights using a 50/50 blend of regular jet fuel and biofuel.

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EV batteries recycling will go mainstream in the future – research

While the United States currently has a relatively low volume of discarded hybrid and electric vehicle batteries, a report from Edmunds.com indicates that recycling those batteries could reduce prices of new vehicles in the future. “Over the long term, recycling will play an important role in reducing the costs of hybrids and EV’s,” says Edmunds.com green car analyst John O’Dell.

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Hybrid car leads Le Mans endurance race

Audi's hybrid R18 E-Tron Quattro won the 80th Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race held from June 16 to June 17 this year, becoming the first ever hybrid-powered vehicle to win the auto racing marathon. The German carmaker has won the 24-hour long sports car race 11 times since 2000, with two of its E-Trons finishing first and second this year. Its non-hybrid diesel-powered counterpart – the R18 Ultra – finished third place.

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Growth Energy to provide ethanol station locator

United States-based ethanol advocate Growth Energy will be launching a mapping feature and smart phone application to enable drivers to easily locate nearby ethanol pumps. The application will cater to drivers of “Flex Fuel” vehicles which use a blend of gasoline and ethanol for lower-emission driving.

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Ferrari to sell hybrid ‘supercar’

Sports car manufacturer Ferrari S.p.A. will be releasing a limited edition hybrid electric “supercar,” the F70, which is also touted as the company's most powerful and most expensive model. A report from Bloomberg Businessweek says the vehicle might surpass the $850,000 limited edition Enzo, the eighth most expensive Ferrari, in terms of price, and is seen as successor to the line.

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Nissan develops vehicle-to-house system for Leaf

After months of development Nissan Motor Company will be launching a vehicle-to-house power supply system in tandem with its EV Power Station charging system. The power transfer system enables electricity stored in the electric vehicle’s high-capacity lithium-ion batteries to be sent to a typical home by connecting the vehicle to the house’s electricity distribution panel.

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West Coast Electric Highway installs E.V. chargers on Interstate 5

The Washington State Department of Transportation and electric transportation technology provider AeroVironment have added ten new public charging stations along the route of the West Coast Electric Highway. A tri-state network of electric vehicle charging stations, the West Coast Electric Highway is to stretch 1,300 miles from California to Canada.

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Smart transportation systems to see increase in investment, public adoption in next few years– Pike

A total of $13.1 billion will be invested globally in smart transportation systems from 2011 to 2017, despite reduced spending on public infrastructure, according to a report from Pike Research. “Even as governments seek to reduce their debt, [intelligent transportation systems] will not see significant cutbacks and will, in fact, benefit as transportation agencies seek to optimize their existing infrastructure, rather than fund major new capital projects,” says Pike senior analyst Lisa Jerram.

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First customers getting Tesla Model S units in late June

Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors will start delivering their electric sedan for the high-end market, the Model S, on June 22 this year, earlier than the July timeframe previously announced. The customers will be receiving their orders at an invitation-only event at the Tesla factory in Fremont, California. "In 2006 our plan was to build an electric sports car followed by an electric sedan, and reduce our dependence on oil," said Elon Musk, Tesla Motors chief executive and chief product architect. "Delivering Model S is a key part of that plan."

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