The Washington D.C. metropolitan area is one of three key markets for the roll-out for the current wave of electric cars and yesterday residents of Maryland were given a whole new set of incentives to go electric. Democratic Governor Martin O'Malley signed two historic bills into state law to give residents an additional $2,000 excise motor vehicle tax credit in addition to the $7,500 federal tax credit available to customers purchasing an electric car. The state incentive will commence in October 1 2010 and last until July 1, 2013. In addition to knocking off a total of $9,500 in tax credits...
Nissan Announce Leaf Pricing in E.U., Confirm Three More EVs
Nissan Europe have announced the pricing structure for the European rollout of the 2011 Nissan Leaf. The Leaf car has received a huge number of reservations in the U.S already and will be launched in Europe in three stages. Nissan plans to release just one model of the Leaf in Europe, as oppose...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield