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New high-voltage batteries for BMW i3 (120 Ah) and the BMW i3s (120 Ah).

With new high-voltage batteries for an even further extended range and retaining characteristic BMW sporty flair: the BMW i3 (120 Ah) and the BMW i3s (120 Ah). More: PRESS.BMWGROUP.COM

BMW Takes Positive Step in Electric Vehicle Field With i3

The i3 is to cars what the first iPhone was to yakking with mom. A perfectly reasonable, perfectly visionary way to deliver function. The "i" brand emerges out of BMW's multiyear project researching problems and solutions in mass mobility. This is by no means an abstract exercise for European auto makers, with dozens of cities across the Continent establishing Low Emission Zones to help meet EU air-quality standards. BMW's largest foreign market, the U.S., also incentivizes/coerces zero-emission vehicle production, through California's clean-air credit system and the feds' steady tightening of fleet mileage standards.

We’re No. 1! U.S. On Pace To Install More Solar Than Germany In 2013

The U.S. installed 930 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaics (PV) in Q3 2013, up 20% over Q2 2013 and 35% over Q3 2012. This represents the second largest quarter in the history of the U.S. solar market and the largest quarter ever for residential PV installations. Even more importantly, 2013 is likely to be the first time in more than 15 years that the United States installs more solar capacity than world leader Germany, according to GTM Research forecasts.

The Multiple Distortions of Wind Subsidies

Producers get so much from the government that they can pay utilities to take their power and still make a profit. A good business model for sure.

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