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Tesla Model 3 production, California vs EPA, plug-in Subaru plans, Ram diesel fines: The Week in Reverse

What Tesla Model 3 question seems to preoccupy quite a lot of people right now? How might the Trump Administration plan to justify slashing corporate average fuel-economy rules for future new vehicles? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending on Friday, February 16, 2018. Friday...

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World’s Largest Spark Plug Manufacturer Shifting Focus To Solid-State EV Batteries

Building on all of our other recent articles discussing snowballing interest in solid-state electric vehicle batteries, the largest spark plug manufacturer in the world, Japan's NGK Spark Plug Co, has now come out and revealed that it's shifting its focus towards solid-state battery tech

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Kia Niro Plug-In; new Honda Insight; Model 3, Clarity driven; Tesla Semi competitors: The Week in Reverse

Which two new green cars have readers driven and reported on for us? Why weren't 15 separate charging stops enough during our first drive of the plug-in hybrid version of the 2018 Kia Niro? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending on Friday, December 22, 2017. Friday, we wrote...

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Our In-Depth Interview With Cleantech Rock Star Dale Vince, Founder Of Ecotricity

Many corporations, focused on the relentless pursuit of profits, make their money at the expense of the people, and the planet. The only proper purpose of any business is to serve the society in which it operates, and to contribute to the protection of the planet we all depend on for our existence. Ecotricity, founded by Dale Vince, is almost unique amongst UK energy companies in aiming to do just that. Although it makes money, that is only a means to achieve its main aim, environmental protection. Its main method of …

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Australia’s First Offshore Wind Farm Takes Next Step Toward Reality

Australia's first offshore wind farm has taken the next step toward becoming a reality this week with Victorian-based developer Offshore Energy announcing this week that it has partnered with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners to develop the 2 GW Star of the South offshore wind farm.