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Four Major Cities Ban Diesel

Dieselgate, the scandal that exploded the myth of clean diesel, was the final nail in the coffin for this highly toxic carcinogen. Dead but not yet buried the writing has been on the wall for some time that diesel is 'fuel non grata' in many cities of the world with Paris, Madrid, Mexico City and

December 5th, 2016|

41 Insane Facts About Tesla Motors

The case for electric cars may seem clear to many of us, even while the authorities and sworn petrol-heads refuse to see sense. The truth is that we rely on a handful of visionary industrialists and politicians to invest in infrastructure, publicity and incentives while we try to enjoy the benefits and spread the word

Electric Vehicles – A Missed Opportunity for Australia?

The Slow Shuffle toward Electric Cars The emergence of electric cars as a viable alternative to fossil fuel based vehicles is an exciting and most needed environmental intervention in Australian society today. Unfortunately, despite the obvious benefit this new mode of transport offers to proactive climate change initiatives, it has taken a while for the

September 1st, 2016|Tags: |

New Zealand Announces EV Incentives

  We've just had an election based budget in Australia and not a mention of climate change.  Our head in the sand government hasn't a clue or is simply bought and paid for by the fossil fuel industry.  Amazing how a few brown paper bags stuffed full of "political bribes donations" can corrupt a democracy.

May 7th, 2016|Tags: , |

5 Reasons to Buy an Electric Car

guest post  5 Reasons to Buy an Electric Car Georgia Gifford The fast growing popularity of electric cars has been caused by a number of factors, including influential industry backers, government subsidies and the evident financial benefits. However, the technology is yet to take over the mainstream automotive industry as is hoped by industry players

Porsche Daimler Mercedes City told to Take the Bus

  The town of Stuttgart in south western Germany has recorded levels of air pollution almost twice the safe maximum and residents have been told to leave the car at home. Levels of PM10 (particulate matter 10 micrometers or less in size) reached 89 micrograms on Monday which is almost double the upper limit 'safe' level