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FAA approves first commercial use of drones over land

BP energy corporation and drone maker AeroVironment are given the OK to fly an unmanned Puma aircraft over Alaska to survey pipelines, roads, and equipment.

By June 10, 2014

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Slow, fast, and faster: Where to charge electric cars

Charging an electric car is not quite as easy as just plugging it in. There are different charging options that fill a car's battery and different rates.

By October 1, 2013

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Oregon to install electric-vehicle chargers along I-5

AeroVironment to supply Level 3 DC fast-charging stations along a 150-mile stretch of Interstate 5, from the California border and up to the Willamette Valley.

By June 1, 2011

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BMW ActiveE home charging supplier also powers Leaf, Volt

BMW selected AeroVironment as the preferred supplier and installer for the all-electric ActiveE's 240-volt home charging dock.

By May 18, 2011

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This Day in Tech: More rumors about the next iPhone

Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Wednesday, May 18.

By May 18, 2011

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Fast charging could speed EV acceptance

Fast charging is beginning a slow rollout for electric vehicles in the United States. Automotive News reports.

By April 14, 2011

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First hydrogen-powered UAV takes flight

AeroVironment successfully flies the first hydrogen-powered unmanned aircraft system. It was in flight for four hours and flew at times above 5,000 feet.

By January 12, 2011

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Walgreens to host EV charging stations

NRG Energy partners with the pharmacy chain and others as it rolls out a retail EV charging network in the Houston area.

By November 18, 2010

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Volt home charger: $490 to buy, $1,500 to install

GM debuted its Level 2 in-home charger for its soon-to-be released Chevrolet Volt.

By October 6, 2010

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Power struggles: Charging tomorrow's cars

Even as millions of electric vehicles are expected to hit the world's roads in the next 10 years, serious questions remain about the infrastructure--or the lack thereof--available to charge them.

By September 11, 2010