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Global Warming Skeptic Marc Morano Debates Bill Nye the Science Guy on Climate Change

Global Warming Skeptic Marc Morano Debates Bill Nye the Science Guy on Climate Change | Electric Cars 2 | Scoop.it

Global warming skeptic and founder of the website Climate Depot Marc Morano debated climate change with Bill Nye the Science Guy on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight Tuesday.

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bill nye debates to marc morano that CO2 emissions are a significant factor in climate change. marc disagrees and says there is no connection and that weather changes all the time from hundreds of other factors. Both disagree with the other in the end

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Some Facts Behind Electric Car Sales Spin - EV World

Some Facts Behind Electric Car Sales Spin - EV World | Electric Cars 2 | Scoop.it

this article tells actual facts about EVs sold as opposed to what car companies tell customers

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Audi's Electric Vehicles Not Yet Ready for Prime Time

Audi's Electric Vehicles Not Yet Ready for Prime Time | Electric Cars 2 | Scoop.it
Audi is producing plenty of experimental supercar hardware in the form of the Audi R8 E-tron and the Audi F12, but it is still not certain when an Audi electric vehicle will hit the market.
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Volvo cuts electric car recharging time to 1.5 hours| ZigWheels.com

Volvo cuts electric car recharging time to 1.5 hours| ZigWheels.com | Electric Cars 2 | Scoop.it

volvo created a new charger that can charge an electric vehicle in 1.5 hours, while using a regular outlet would take about 8-10 hours

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Revisiting Obama's Goal of 1 Million Electric Cars - PluginCars.com

Revisiting Obama's Goal of 1 Million Electric Cars - PluginCars.com | Electric Cars 2 | Scoop.it

fuel efficiency in vehicles is higher than it has ever been at an average of 24.1 mpg in the united states. this is expected to be as high as 54.5 mpg by 2025. we are also selling more electric vehicles than ever before but we will most likely not reach Obama's goal of putting 1 million electric vehicles on the road by 2015.

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