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GM: Volt Sales Tripled In 2012

January 3 -- General Motors Co. said Wednesday that its 2012 sales of the plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt tripled from 2011.  U.S. sales of the Volt for 2012 will top 23,000 for the year, said Michelle Malcho, a spokeswoman for GM. The Detroit automaker will report final December sales on Thursday.  >>View Article

Wind Energy Tax Credit Set To Expire Today

December 31 -- Key federal incentives for wind power are set to expire today as fiscal cliff negotiations stretch into the final hours of 2012.  The production tax credit provides a 2.2-cent tax break for every kilowatt-hour of electricity produced from large-scale wind farms.  >>View Article 

Solar Energy Vehicle Makes Progress At Stanford University

December 31 -- A group of students from Stanford University have been working on a new type of vehicle that will be powered by alternative energy. While this is not a new concept in the realm of transportation, these students are not focusing on hydrogen fuel cells or lithium-ion batteries, both of which are currently exceedingly popular in the auto industry. Instead, these students have set their sights on solar energy to power their ambitious new vehicle.  >>View Article 

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