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Tune in for John Voel­cker, edi­tor of Green Car Reports and a noted author­ity on advanced auto­mo­tive tech­nolo­gies, who will share his insights on the present and future of elec­tric vehi­cles, includ­ing Tesla Motors. He also will dis­cuss the lat­est in hybrids, diesels and other fuel-saving technology.
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Cars Trucks and Bucks: Green Car Reports John Voel­cker

A lot is going on these days with electric vehicles and hybrids, and we have a large and growing number of green vehicles to choose from. We'll talk about it with our guest John Voelcker, the editor of Green Car Reports.
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John Voelcker
John is Senior Editor for High Gear Media. In addition to news coverage and new car reviews, John creates and oversees all editorial for High Gear's green site GreenCarReports.com. John has covered advanced auto technologies and energy policy for various print, online, and radio outlets, including Wired, Popular Science, Tech Review, IEEE Spectrum, HybridCars.com, and Portfolio.com. He is a regular guest on Fox Car Report Live, and provides occasional car commentary for National Public Radio shows and Sirius Satellite Radio. In 2011, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the International Motor Press Association. He is also part of the screening committee for World Green Car of the Year. Voelcker has driven plug-in cars from more than a dozen automakers, and alt-fuel vehicles from almost as many. He has held editorial jobs at many magazines, including This Old House, Metropolis, Psychology Today, Exposure, Mother Earth News, Budget Living, and IEEE Spectrum. John received a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and splits his time among the Catskill Mountains, New York City, and the San Francisco Bay Area. He still has hopes of one day becoming an international man of mystery.

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