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Encouraging Signs for Electric Vehicles at the LA Auto Show

, senior engineer, Clean Vehicles

I visited the LA Auto Show last week and was very impressed with the progress on electric vehicles (EVs) from just a year ago. Though there’s uncertainty where electric vehicle policy may head at the federal level, if we look just at progress in clean vehicles, especially those with electric drive, the trend is incredibly positive. Based on what I saw this week electric vehicles are poised to make a leap into the mainstream soon. Read more >

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What will be behind the curtain at the LA Auto Show? Source: Flickr/infinitiglobal/

The Top 3 Trends to Expect at the LA Auto Show

, senior engineer, Clean Vehicles

The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show opens this week and we’re there to bring you the latest and greatest on green car tech. Read more >

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What Happened at the LA Auto Show? Small SUVs, Hydrogen Cars, and 2015 Fuel Economy Gains

, , research and deputy director, Clean Vehicles

Before Thanksgiving, my colleague Lucy and I toured the LA Auto Show. While we confirmed many trends I identified in my previous post, three things stood out: fuel cell vehicles are gaining attention and momentum, small crossover SUVs are racing to market, and some redesigned 2015 models are offering up some significant fuel economy improvements compared to previous models. Read more >

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Top 9 Technology Trends to Watch at the 2014 LA Auto Show

, , research and deputy director, Clean Vehicles

The annual LA Auto Show opens this week with announcements from numerous automakers planned for Wednesday and Thursday before the first public day on Friday. I’ll be headed down to the show to check-out what automakers have to offer and see how 2015 is shaping up in terms of fuel efficient and alternative fuel vehicles. Read more >

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California Renews its Leadership on Zero Emission Vehicles

, research and deputy director, Clean Vehicles

California announced their intentions to increase the zero emission vehicle standards (ZEV) through 2025 on Wednesday while I was attending the first press day of the LA Auto Show. If adopted, the standards would require automakers to increase the number of plug-in hybrid, battery electric, and fuel cell vehicles they sell, reaching 15 percent of the new vehicle sales by 2025. This is great news for consumers, meaning more clean-vehicle options to choose from over the coming years.  Read more >

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