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Ford is offering up to $10,029 in incentives for the new F-150, which has been plagued by production issues that have cut into sales and earnings.

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Tesla Model S, BMW i3 Among Models That Will No Longer Qualify For Perk

Washington State will cut plug-in vehicle incentives for people who can afford more expensive cars.

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Wealthier Citizens' Perks Are Being Cut Or Reduced

California is boosting plug-in vehicle perks for people of more modest means while axing those for wealthy EV buyers.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel intends to offer more incentives to meet the country's goal of having a millions electric vehicles on the road by 2020.

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According to an accounting by the LA Times, Tesla SpaceX and SolarCity have received $4.9 billion in government subsidies. However, Elon Musk has argued that the report was misleading.

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Toyota boosts incentives on Prius for California residents to as much as $3,000.

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There are still around 6,000 first-generation Chevy Volts at dealers in the United States, and that means big incentives for buyers.

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Dannel Malloy Looks In NSTAR Settlement Fund For Money

Connecticut Governor Malloy wants to use money from a settlement fund to support EV purchases in the Nutmeg State.

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State Offers As Much As $6,000 In EV Perks

Colorado may have a loophole allowing for used electric vehicles to generate government incentive.

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Tax Breaks, Free Parking, Bus Lane Access May Be Short-Lived

After 50,000 EV sales, Norway will likely start to taper its plug-in vehicle benefits.

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Limit Will Be Reached Two Years Early As Model S, Leaf Sell In Big Numbers

Norway is about to reach its 50,000-vehicle limit for government incentives towards plug-in vehicles.

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California Racing Club Members Take Advantage

Fiat 500e incentives are combined to add up to a nearly free leasing deal for the electric vehicle.

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A bill working its way through the California State Assembly wants to spur green car sales by cutting the sales tax on them by more than half. The legislation applies to EVs, hydrogen fuel cells, plug-ins and compressed natural gas models.

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France Looks to Improve Air Quality, Get Older Diesels Off Its Roads

The French government may give a 10,000-euro incentive to people who trade in old diesels for electric vehicles.

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State Incentives Of $5,000 Have Pushed Atlanta To EV Sales Leader

Plug In America fights for Georgia to keep its $5,000 electric-vehicle incentive, says each EV saves $2,200 a year from being exported.

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A lot of people go shopping for deals on TVs or computers around the holiday season, but it looks like some folks are finding some fantastic deals on cars too. Take the Chrysler 200 for example. The new sedan had a great November in terms of sales, and by Chrysler's numbers, it delivered 14,317 of them for the month, a 155 percent increase from the same month last year. It even beat the November 2013 sales of the old 200 and Dodge Avenger combined. However, a report from Daily Kanban based on Tr

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With neighbor France reconsidering support for diesel vehicles, Germany is also staking its claim in an electric-powered automotive future. This isn't news – Chancellor Angela Merkel has been promoting the idea of a million EVs on German streets by 2020 despite slow sales for a while now and VW is sort of on board – but there will need to be some work done to make it happen. Only about 24,000 EVs have been sold in Germany.

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Call it Keeping up with the Hansens. Through a combination of environmental consciousness, big-time government incentives and good old-fashioned peer pressure, Norway has become the country with the highest number of electric vehicles per capita. And Nissan couldn't be happier.

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Harry Reid says the federal government should commit more funds towards incentives for electric-vehicle purchases. We'll wait for readers' shock to sink in. Now, here are the details.

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The Way To 1,000,000 Electric Vehicles Is Paved With Signatures

California's proposed high-speed rail may be a pipe dream, but at least the Golden State has picked up some velocity for other green transportation-related initiatives. One of them is SB 1275, which was proposed by California State Senenator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) as a way to help more moderate-income people buy electric vehicles. And the good news is that California Gov. Jerry Brown has now signed that bill, also known as the Charge Ahead California Initiative, into law, along with 10 ot

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All Of Us Want Cleaner Cars, But How Many Of Us Are Willing To Pay For Them?

It's fair to say that most consumers would prefer a green vehicle, one that has a lower impact on the environment and goes easy on costly fuel (in all senses of the term). The problem is that most people can't – or won't – pay the price premium or put up with the compromises today's green cars demand. We're not all "cashed-up greenies."

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