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Plug In America Podcast

The Plug In America Podcast keeps listeners informed about efforts to get more electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids into drivers' hands. Through interviews with the directors of Plug In America and other experts, the podcast will explore the environmental benefits of plug-in vehicles, the ever-changing politics surrounding plug-in initiatives, and the latest announcements by vehicle manufacturers. Contact the Plug In America podcast at podcast@pluginamerica.org.

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EVs Deep in the Heart of Texas - Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Sara Bisig, owner of Go Green Eco Taxi, has established a thriving electric taxi service right in the middle of Texas oil country. Inspired by the film "Who Killed the Electric Car," this eco-entrepreneur is simmultaneously having fun and "changing the world, one taxi ride at a time."
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Linda Nicholes and Howard Stein recount the tale of a harrowing Toyota transport chase and other successful efforts that protected hundreds of RAV4 EVs from future dates with the crusher.
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Living History - Inaugural Parade West - Monday, September 27, 2010
Zan Dubin Scott, Plug In America's Communications Director, describes the 2008 Inaugural Parade West, when EV drivers and supporters sent their message to Washington, loud and clear: We want plug-in EVs on the road NOW! More photos from the Parade.
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Sherry Boschert discusses upcoming EVents - Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Q: What do a conference on the "built environment," an expo of high-tech, eco-friendly vehicles, and a forum whose mission is "...inspiring a shift to live on Earth in ways that honor the web of life..." have in common? A: All three are sponsoring activities in the Bay Area over the next few weeks -- and Plug In America will be a presence at each...
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An 88 Year Love Affair - Monday, September 6, 2010
At 99, Howard Dunholter may just be the oldest Tesla owner in the world. In this interview he describes his 88-year love affair with the electric car, an affair stretching from the elegant glass-and-chrome horseless carriages of the 1920's to his current powder-blue, wickedly fast Tesla roadster.
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Busted in Burbank! - Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Alexandra Paul and Collette Divine discuss the 2005 General Motors Burbank Vigil and their subsequent arrest.
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A LEAF grows in Tennessee Part 2 - Sunday, June 20, 2010
Why did Nissan invite Plug In America to Tennessee?    * Advocacy, "keeping the dream alive"    * Show Nissan's commitmentDoes Nissan want to dominate the world market in EVs?    * Globally mass produce and mass market the world's first affordable electric vehicleSimultanous launches in US, Japan,...
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A LEAF grows in Tennessee Part 1 - Thursday, June 17, 2010
In April 2010, Plug In America was invited to Nissan Corporate Headquarters in Tennessee where they met key executives, spoke to employees, reviewed the ZEM (Zero-Emission Mobility) team plans, and visited the plant in Smyrna, TN where future LEAFs and their battery packs will be manufactured.In this podcast, Kate speaks to Richard Kelly, who...
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On May 14-16, the EV community can celebrate another historical milestone: North America's first zero-carbon motorcycle grand prix. In this interview Jeremy Burne, U.S. Director of TTXGP, paints a dynamic picture of the race that uses cutting-edge zero carbon technology to deliver "thrills and passion" to spectators and riders alike.
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EV Outreach and Kids - Wednesday, March 31, 2010
How do you connect with the next generation of EV drivers? Linda Nicholes has been doing outreach at local schools for nine years. She often appears as a "one-woman panel" after children have already viewed "Who Killed the Electric Car". Learn some of the tactics she uses to connect with all kids, from the very young who may not understand the...
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