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Sierra Club interviews the first person in Westchester County, New York, to own an electric car about what his life with it has been like so far.
Taxi-E, a private taxi company in Amsterdam, aims to add 100 electric Nissan Leafs to its 10-car EV fleet by next year, with help from subsidies.
Ford takes the EPA’s 105-mpge combined mileage rating for its 2012 Focus Electric and runs with it, noting that it beats the Nissan Leaf’s 99 mpge.