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1Indianapolis utility customers will pay less for BlueIndy carsharing

New Settlement Drops Monthly Fee From 44 to 28 Cents

The BlueIndy carsharing program is currently being tested in Indianapolis, IN, but there is already some good news to report. The utility company supporting the all-electric-vehicle system, Indianapolis Power And Light, originally thought it would charge its customers 44 cents a month for BlueIndy, but that number has been dropped to 28 cents after a settlement with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor.

AddBlueCar car-sharing affiliate will debut in Indianapolis early next year

Start your engines. Quietly. France's Bollore Group is putting a green spin on Indianapolis's motor-racing tradition by making official its planned debut of its all-electric car-sharing service in the US. It will be called, naturally, BlueIndy.

AddTwo Autolib electric carshare vehicles catch fire in Paris

The word for fire in French is "feu." We're not sure how to correctly translate "conspiracy theory," so we'll leave that one alone for now. Two Bollore Bluecar electric vehicles that were part of Autolib's carsharing service in Paris caught fire and were destroyed earlier this week, Plug In Cars reports. The cars were part of a 2,000-car fleet for Autolib. There were no injuries.

7Renault, Bollore partner on carsharing, electric vehicles

Bolloré, the company behind the car-sharing service Autolib, is going to get to work alongside French automaker Renault on some of these newfangled mobility issues. The two companies have signed a letter of intent to collaborate on car-sharing operations and, possibly, to develop an all-electric three-seater. Renault says it may invest in Bolloré's Bluely and Bluecub services in Lyon and the Bordeaux regions, respectively. The two companies may also work together on a electric trik

AddBollore Bluecar EV priced at 12,000 euros, plus 80-euro/month battery lease

Bollore, the company that supplies electric cars to the Paris carsharing service Autolib, will begin selling the vehicles for a rock-bottom 12,000 euros (US$15,550). That sounds good, but remember that that's without a battery, which buyers would have to rent with a monthly service plan.

AddParisian Autolib car sharing service suffers setbacks, sells 6,000 subscriptions

Autolib, the Parisian electric car sharing service, is not having the kind of start it had hoped for. Though the program officially kicked off in October, the rubber really hit the road in December and, since that time, 30 to 40 of the 250 Bolloré-built Bluecars in the fleet have had to be taken out of service. The problem stems from a combination of vandalism – something the city's bicycle-sharing program also experiences a lot of – and ordinary breakdowns of one sort or anot

AddElectric Bollore Bluecar hits Paris streets as Autolib car share launches [w/video]

The French capital city of Paris has officially kicked off its Earth-friendly electric-car-for-hire scheme, rolling out battery "bubble cars" on Sunday and potentially sparking a revolution in transport.

AddPininfarina negotiates deal that may terminate electric vehicle venture with Bollore

2008 Pininfarina B0 concept, the basis for the Bluecar – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddPininfarina sets yearly target of 60,000 Bluecar EVs by 2016

2008 Pininfarina B0 concept, the basis for the Bluecar – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddREPORT: Pininfarinia, Bollore Bluecar still on track

Pininfarina B0 concept, the basis for the Bluecar - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddPininfarina Bluecar confirmed for sale next year

2008 Pininfarina B0 concept, the basis for the Bluecar - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddBollor� courts Evo Morales and Bolivia's lithium

French industry giant Group Bolloré, which we're familar with for their involvement with Pininfarina in a handful of interesting electric car projects, announced it has contacted Bolivian President Evo Morales to secure a supply of lithium in order to produce advanced batteries. Negotiations have been in the works for more than a year to guarantee access to what is estimated to be half of the total lithium resources in the world, located in Salar de Uyuni. Bolloré is competing agai

AddPininfarina / Bollore electric car project stays on the road

The Pininfarina / Bollore electric car project was said to be "going as planned" despite the tragic death of Andrea Pininfarina. who was overseeing the operation around which the Italian design company was being financially restructured. Addressing a press conference, Bollore head Vincent Bollore attempted to calm any fears saying, "We are in the condition to produce at industrial levels." Paolo Pininfarina was chosen to replace his brother and also reaffirmed the company's restructuring intenti

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