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Gear up for the electric cars coming in 2018

New year, new beginnings — for lots of brand new electric cars, that is. In 2018, the number of electric vehicles on the roads is expected to increase from three to five million. There's potential for this year to be the one where the "hockey stick growth" becomes reality. It's quite the jump, but the number of new electric car models coming out this year might just give it the extra nudge it needs. Here’s our shortlist of the biggest models coming out this year!

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Solving the biggest questions about future mobility

Would you rather have your pizza delivered by a drone or a self-driving car? That’s how we broke the ice during the biggest EV event in Germany last month. The consensus was clear: people want a self-driving car with an actual person, who will be able to walk up the stairs, and bring the pizza right to their doorsteps. We were blown away by how people were actually thinking this through. But we weren’t expecting any less from these clean tech and electric vehicle experts. So, we fired off some more burning questions we thought they’d know how to answer best.

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Trump to Kill US Federal EV Rebate by 2018 — What You Can Still Do

With everything going on in America today, it can be hard to keep track of all the changes to public policy that’ll affect you personally. One change that may have flown under your radar — the federal rebate for electric vehicles (EV) is going away in 2018. Don't worry, you're not the only one that's outraged. If you want to help prevent this rebate from going away, join forces with Plug In America and write your Senator to let them know that you want the federal rebate to stay.

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3 Electric car incentives you need to know in Europe

Norway and The Netherlands are the undisputed kings of electric mobility. Together, they share a total number of over 240,000 electric vehicles on the road. Not a shocker, as Norway’s been ahead of the game since the 1990s, when it introduced the first electric-car incentives. As a result, half of all new vehicles in Norway are fully-electric or plug-in hybrids today. The Netherlands on the other hand, is the world’s most advanced in the implementation of electric public transportation and charging infrastructure. In the wake of Paris Agreement, it’s become pretty obvious that Europe’s EV market does not just evolve around its northern nations anymore. Belgium, France, Germany, and the UK are all catching up on incentives to promote clean cars that’ll help them reach those stricter emission standards. For each country, we've listed the three most important incentives you'd want to know about.

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