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James Murray of BusinessGreen talks to Energy Opportunities about the possibilities for electric cars.

Founding editor of BusinessGreen, James' reports on the environment have also appeared on the BBC and The Guardian. He was recently voted number 8 in the Press Gazzette's list of 50 Top Environmental Journalists. With a background in IT publications he leads the way in discussing technology, economics and low carbon policy. 

Read more from James Murray on his blog at BusinessGreen.com

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Maybe some are not into green cars. But some are still determined that electrics cars can be the possible solution for energy efficiency. The zero-emission transport is emerging as the most reliable and environmentally responsible option lately. We cannot blame technology to produce sustainable energy tools to support the oil price growing demands for vehicles. We are all struggling to earn cash or ask for <a href="https://personalmoneynetwork.com/">cash assistance</a>and beat the life of growing prices of commodities especially gas prices.

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