Honda Dealer Uses “No Net Electricity” Plus Gas Prices Fall, Hackers Get $2M & FedEx Follows French

13 Hackers Allegedly Skimmed Millions Via Gas Stations

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Honda Dealer In NJ Is First In U.S. To Use No Net Electricity

There are many green cars on the road, but how eco-friendly are the dealerships that sell them? Rossi Honda of Vineland, New Jersey, claims to be the first U.S. car dealer to have become “Electric-Grid Neutral,” meaning it uses no net electricity from its local utility. To unplug itself from the grid, Rossi Honda installed solar panels in 2012, which were able to generate …

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Gasoline Falls Back Under $3.30 a GallonGasoline Falls Back Under $3.30 a Gallon

The national average price of gasoline fell 3.1 cents to $3.296 for the week ending Monday, the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported. For the week ending Jan. 20, the average price remained near a three-month high near $3.30 a gallon. The current price is 1.9 cents lower that it was a year ago. Of the various regions tracked, the…

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13 Hackers Allegedly Skimmed Millions Via Gas Stations13 Hackers Allegedly Skimmed Millions Via Gas Stations

Thirteen suspects have been indicted in New York on a gas station skimming scheme that netted them more than $2 million, according to court documents. The skimming devices, placed on card readers at gas station pumps throughout the southern U.S., recorded credit and debit card data, as well as…

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FedEx Follows French Lead, Tests Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Range ExtendersFedEx Follows French Lead, Tests Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Range Extenders

FedEx has one of the largest alternative-fueled vehicle fleets in the world, and Nissan e-NV200 electric delivery vans are far from the only green vehicles it is testing. The delivery giant will soon put 20 electric delivery trucks on the road with hydrogen fuel-cell range extenders designed by fuel-cell developer Plug Power, Hydrogen Fuel News reports (via EV World). The project–which is funded by…

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