Toyota and BMW have agreed to collaborate on research for cleaner, next-generation car batteries, underlining the growing push in the industry for green technology.

The agreement brings together Toyota Motor, Japan’s No. 1 carmaker and a leader in gas-electric hybrids, and BMW of Germany, a European maker that has a strong luxury brand image in both Japan and Europe.

India and Canada have agreed to extend co-operation in the field of renewable energy.

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General Motors Co confirmed it will make its first all-electric vehicle, a version of the Chevrolet Spark minicar that will debut in 2013 and take aim at Nissan Motor Co Ltd's Leaf.

Shanghai environmental-protection authorities said a battery factory operated by U.S.-based Johnson Controls Inc.

Paris will on Sunday launch an ambitious electrically powered car-share service that it hopes will not only improve the quality of life in the City of Lights but also herald a revolution in sustain

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Shanghai's environmental watchdog ordered two factories in its suburbs to halt production pending an investigation into the source of lead poisoning among children in a nearby village.

Companies making batteries for electric vehicles appear headed for a shakeout as government subsidies to foster the emerging industry could result in a glut by the middle of the decade.

General Motors Co. and South Korea's LG Corp.