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Nissan Introduces the 2013 Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf electric car has been among the much more popular in the last few years despite the problem with battery capability which got the headlines in the direction of the end of 2012.Nonetheless,Nissan has this week introduced plans for a updated version of the Nissan Fallen leave which will be offered in 2013.So what can get out of the Nissan Leaf and exactly how does it contrast to its original equivalent?…

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In San Diego, Mulling the Second Life of an E.V. Battery

http://kngrid.comThere is no denying how cost-intensive battery packs are for manufacturers of electric vehicles. A possible strategy for defraying those costs would involve giving them a second, stationary life as backup power for the electrical…

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Added by Francie Finn on April 29, 2012 at 7:52am — No Comments

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