My latest piece is up on GreenCarReports, here. It’s where I sourced the photo from. 🙂
And yes, putting “Passing Gas” in the title was deliberate. Hey, it’s catchy!
From what I can tell, electric vehicles also outnumber gas stations in Japan as well. Alas, Canadians are somewhat behind our American and Japanese (and . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Passing Gas – EV’s now outnumber gas stations, in America
My April update on Canadian plug-in car sales stats in Canada is now up at GreenCarReports. The Volt’s title reign continues — while the Prius Plug-in Prius dropped to fourth place!
As noted in the article, I think some of the Prius Plug-in’s challenges come from the fact that it’s a plug-in option on a . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: April 2013 Canadian plug-in electric vehicle sales
Been a bit quiet on the blogging front recently, due to some gratifyingly awesome progress on separate writing projects — a trend likely to continue for another couple weeks at least.
In the meanwhile, my post on Canadian plug-in electric vehicle sales in Feb 2013, went up last week at GreenCarReports. The Volt won the . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Feb 2013 Canadian plug-in electric vehicle sales
The kind people at CEV for BC sent over some statistics on Clean Energy Vehicle rebates issued by the provincial government.
While the CEV rebates were available for electric, natural gas, and fuel cell vehicles, my understanding is that the rebates break down as follows:
– 308x EV’s
– 0 NGV’s
– . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: EV stats for British Columbia (2012)