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Leaner, Greener Detroit Rolls Out Small Cars, Hybrids
In this new era, everything is smaller – the companies, the market, the vehicles and the Detroit auto show itself. - 12-Jan-2010

Smith Electric Places US$3.1M Battery Order with Valence
Valence Technology is now the primary traction battery supplier for the Smith Edison and Smith Newton, which are Europe’s most popular electric commercial vehicles. - 12-Jan-2010

Coulomb, Aker Wade Introduce Level III Networked Charging Stations
Level III fast charging stations will charge an EV in less than one hour. - 12-Jan-2010

Green Vehicles Begins Production of Improved Triac Electric Car
With top speed of 80 mph and range of 100 miles, the three-wheeler costs an estimated two cents a mile to operate. - 12-Jan-2010

Mahindra Launches Electric Maxximo Mini-truck
Pure electric version has cargo capacity of approximately 600kg and range of 90 km. - 12-Jan-2010

Electric Scooter Sales in India Remain Sluggish
Of the original 300 players in the market, only four-to-five serious electric scooter manufacturers remain. - 12-Jan-2010

It's Official: GM to Build Cadillac Converj Electric Series Hybrid
First unveiled at 2009 NAIAS, the Converj will the the second GM model to incorporate the Voltec drive system. - 12-Jan-2010

Nissan UK Battery Plant Edges Closer to Reality
The company has applied to Sunderland City council for planning permission for a new battery plant which will create up to 350 new jobs. - 12-Jan-2010

U.S. Gov't Seeks Public Comment on LG Chem Battery Plant
800,000 sq ft facility could receive $151M in DOE funding should LG Chem decide to build on Holland, Mi site. - 12-Jan-2010

Electric Avenue: Hybrids, EVs and Small Cars Take Spotlight at 2010 Detroit Auto Show
Much of the show's buzz is expected to come from electric-drive vehicles. - 12-Jan-2010