Hack A Tesla, CA Pushes Hydrogen Cars & CA Agencies Roll Out 90 EV

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Blog - Hack A Tesla Model S And Win $10,000Hack A Tesla Model S And Win $10,000

The word “hack” is a little over-used in today’s lexicon, but in the general sense it refers to the process of cracking the software system of a computer, a smartphone–or a car. Many electric cars roll those three categories into one, and now the organizers of a computer security conference have set hackers a special challenge: To hack into a Tesla Model S electric car for a $10,000 prize…

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Blog - Why California Pushes Hydrogen Compliance Cars Over Electric OnesWhy California Pushes Hydrogen Compliance Cars Over Electric Ones

We’re starting to hear a lot about hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles from Hyundai, Toyota, and Honda–and we’re going to hear a great deal more about them in the years to come. The first 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell was leased last month, and Toyota will bring its own hydrogen-powered vehicle into selected California dealerships starting…

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Blog - CA Agencies Roll Out 90 All-Electric VehiclesCA Agencies Roll Out 90 All-Electric Vehicles

Ten government agencies in the Bay Area of Northern California will add 90 battery-electric vehicles into their fleets, a rollout the Bay Area Climate Collaborative (BACC) is calling the largest municipal fleet deployment of electric vehicles in the U.S. to date. The public agencies receiving vehicles include Alameda County, Sonoma County, San Francisco, Concord, Santa Rosa, San Jose, Oakland, Fremont, the…

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