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JAN 24, 2015 - Greentech

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BMW, VW Partner With ChargePoint to Build 100 DC Fast Chargers

With the hope of driving more interest in electric vehicles, BMW and Volkswagen announced a partnership with ChargePoint to build 100 direct current (DC) fast-charging stations along two highly trafficked corridors in the United States. The West Coast route will stretch from Portland to San Diego, while the East Coast route will run from Boston to Washington, D.C. The chargers ...

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JAN 23, 2015 - Greentech

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Will 2015 Be a Breakthrough Year for Storage in the UK?

The United Kingdom has no clear government policy on energy storage and offers no major incentives to companies and no subsidies at all to households to install energy storage. To date, only paltry sums have been invested in energy storage projects there. And yet, many are feeling optimistic about where the storage industry is headed. Several major manufacturers have either ...

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JAN 21, 2015 - SlashGear

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NissanConnect adds Twitter, TripAdvisor to Mobile Apps team

Continuing the amalgamation of our smartphones and our cars, Nissan is adding some new popular names to its list of supported apps for its NissanConnect in-vehicle infotainment platform. Now drivers and their passengers will be able to get access to TripAdvisor's juicy recommendations and keep up to date with their friends and idols on Twitter. In addition, iOS users will ...

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JAN 20, 2015 - Next Big Future

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Lower cost self driving cars using cameras

A new software system developed at the University of Michigan uses video game technology to help solve one of the most daunting hurdles facing self-driving and automated cars—the high cost of the laser scanners they use to determine their location.Ryan Wolcott, a U-M doctoral candidate in computer science and engineering, estimates that it could shave thousands of dollars from the ...

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JAN 20, 2015 - Motor Trend

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