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  • Fisker, DOT Agree to Terms of $528.7 Million Loan

    The U.S. Department of Energy and Fisker Automotive have agreed to terms for a $528.7 million loan to create affordable plug-in hybrid vehicles. The money comes from the $25 billion Advanced Technologies Vehicle Manufacturing Loan Program, which was created by
  • Aptera Could Qualify for Federal Funding If Bill Is Approved

    Aptera Motors??? funky three-wheeled electric car is one step closer to receiving the same U.S. Department of Energy funding that Tesla and Fisker enjoy. The 2e electric car currently does not qualify for DOE funding because of its three-wheel design,...

    Bill Paves Way for Three-Wheeled Vehicle Funding

    Now for a quick update on three government-related stories that we???ve been following: First off, Congress approved a bill that will allow three-wheeled vehicles to qualify for U.S. Department of Energy funding. President Barack Obama is expected to sign...

    Toyota, Ford Are 2010 EPA Headliners

    The Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy have released the updated 2010 Fuel Economy Guide, which is the final word on mileage numbers and estimated fuel costs for the 2010 model year. The 2010 guide doesn???t have...

    Cap and trade costly, inaction costlier?

    by Mark Silva Will the "cap and trade'' legislation that the House has passed and the Senate is weighing cost people money? "Yes sir,'' says one of the Senate sponsors, Sen. John Kerry. The cost of inaction, he says, is...