Chuck Squatriglia

Editor, Wired's 'Autopia' blog

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Staff writer for Wired.com and editor of its Autopia blog

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When in 2003 General Motors  killed the electrically powered EV1 , the auto-maker was accused of conspiring with the oil industry and Washington politicians.

Chevy Volt's Sticker Shock and Range Anxiety

When in 2003 General Motors killed the electrically powered EV1 , the auto-maker was accused of conspiring with the oil industry and Washington politicians.

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in 1990,   California’s Air Resources Board  demanded that, by 2003, 10% of the automobiles in the state be zero emission vehicles.

Will California kill the electric car – again?

in 1990, California’s Air Resources Board demanded that, by 2003, 10% of the automobiles in the state be zero emission vehicles.

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