Nissan gets approval to expand Tennessee battery plant

Nissan has received local government approval to add more than 26,000 square feet of floor space to the Smyrna, Tennessee, plant where it produces batteries used in the Leaf electric car. Smryna’s Planning Commission on Wednesday voted 4-0 in favor of Nissan’s intention to enlarge the 475,000 square-foot plant, which is operated by Nissan…

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Tesla Model 3 comes up for sale… for $150,000

One of the mere handful of Tesla Model 3 electric cars on the road made its way to Craigslist—very briefly—on Wednesday. But it wasn’t the fact that the Model 3 was the only one on the open market at the time. It was its eye-popping price price tag: $150,000. That’s enough to buy a very…

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Los Angeles Metro orders 100 electric buses

As part of its bid to go green, America’s second-largest bus system has placed an order for up to 100 New Flyer Xcelsior Charge all-electric buses. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) has ordered 35 buses and has the option to purchase an additional 65. DON’T MISS: LA Metro uses BYD’s electric…

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Oxford aims to be world’s first zero-emissions city

The college town of Oxford, England, is poised to become the first municipality in the United Kingdom to ban gasoline and diesel-fueled cars from its city center. A proposal headed to the Oxford City Council has four stages that would culminate in a city free of vehicular emissions by 2035. Initially, the city hopes to…

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