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Green vehicles are in the news today. First, the Wall Street Journal offers some rare, in-car footage of Nissan’s Leaf on a test course. Also, while Tesla’s IPO has the cleantech… Read more »

This year, Nissan’s Leaf will start becoming a familiar sight in select areas. Chevy’s Volt, too (as early as October, according to some rumors). Their arrival will kick off new business… Read more »

As Katie at Earth2Tech noted, 2009 has been a heck of a year for cleantech and Green IT. Here at GigaOM Pro, we compiled a list of ten people, technologies and… Read more »

EV-IT isn’t Nissan’s only stab at smarter cars. The carmaker’s EPORO robots are designed to breeze through various traffic conditions by mimicking how fish maneuver in tight schools without bumping into… Read more »

Add automotive headlamps to the list of solid state lighting opportunities. The Nissan Leaf and Volkswagen’s L1 concept, which the carmaker says may enter production by 2013, use LEDs to provide… Read more »

Electric cars have a chicken and egg problem. Without a charging infrastructure to support EVs, consumers avoid them and carmakers have little incentive to build and sell them in quantities that… Read more »

Meet Nissan’s Leaf.  The automaker debuted the electric vehicle (EV) to coincide with the inauguration of its new headquarters in Yokohama, Japan.  Not only is the event an unsubtle hint about… Read more »