Another line of vehicles we are considering to add to our line up.
RePower America Commercial Shot In Our Service Department
Mar 11th, 2009
If you look real close you'll see a couple of our Zenn's in the background...
Economic Stimulus Act Provides $16.8 Billion for EERE Programs
Feb 24th, 2009
Found on the U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy website
February 17, 2009
..."For businesses and individuals buying electric vehicles, the act simplifies and expands the available tax credits. For electric low-speed vehicles, motorcycles, and three-wheeled vehicles, a 10% tax credit is available through 2011, with a cap of $2,500. For vehicles converted into qualified plug-in electric vehicles, a 10% tax credit is also available through 2011, with a cap of $4,000. And starting in 2010, full-scale commercial plug-in electric vehicles can earn a maximum tax credit of $7,500, depending on their battery capacity. The credit will phase out over a year for each manufacturer after they sell 200,000 plug-in vehicles. See pages 50-68 of the act, as well as PDF pages 138-141 of the joint explanatory statement of the conference committee."
Pasadena Neighborhood Green Fair January 31st 2009
Feb 12th, 2009
More than a thousand local residents visited the Neighborhood Green Fair today in sunny Pasadena California. A host of environmentally minded vendors offered healthy foods, solar power systems, compact florescent and LED lighting solutions, home energy audits, electric cars, natural and organic products and dozens of other items designed to help Pasadena residents save money, and save the environment at the same time. All ‘disposable’ plates and cups used were compostable and all trash was ” high graded‘ by Waste Less Living to insure that recyclable items were separated from those sent to the high heat composting facility.
The Wheego Whip
We had a great time at the event. It's always nice to see how many electric car supporters there are out there. Everyone was excited to see what's available for them now.
NEV/LSV State Speed Limit Regulations
Feb 6th, 2009
Found on BGelectriccars.com
Driving a ZENN NEV
Dec 2nd, 2008
What's it like driving a Zenn NEV?
Video by King FM in Seattle. Sean McLean describes his Zenn driving experience. He takes it up a steep hill and goes through all it's features.
ZAP truck and Zappy 3 on Today Show
Dec 1st, 2008
December 1, 2008 -- ZAP's Xebra Xero Electric Truck and ZAPPY3 EZ electric scooter were featured on The Today Show with host/weatherman Al Roker and Green Gadget expert Cat Schwartz showing off the best of green gadgets.
Cat Schwartz is the eBay Gadget and Toy Director as well as the online columnist “High-Tech Mommy.”
“I want the world to be a better place for my son Jack so we’re going to do it through gadgetry,” says Schwartz, who goes through seven million new product listings to find the “best of the best.”
The ZAP Xebra Electric Truck (MSRP: $12,500) can be equipped with an optional solar panel to helps supplement your daily range per charge and keeps your batteries energized in the sun. The ZAPPY3 EZ electric scooter has an optional seat so you can ride while standing or sitting (MSRP $580.)
EVM to carry new Triac
Dec 1st, 2008
Here are the latest photo's of the Triac by Green Vehicles found on the Green Vehicles blog. We are going up to San Jose on the 15th of this month to test drive it. If it performs well, we will be buying some.
Finally, a modern freeway commuter that knows this is the 21st century. The pure electric TRIAC proclaims to the world, "yes, I am going to give the world's progressive people a way to protect what they love; yes, I am going to run longer than the previous EVs; and yes, I am going to do it in a seriously handsome fashion"
With an 80mph top speed and 100-mile range, sustainable driving is a real possibility. In fact, this ZERO emissions vehicle has an extra advantage of being allowed in the carpool lane with only a single occupant.
Retail Price: $22,995
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