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Niro EV, Nexo at CES; driverless Bolt EV; Tesla Model 3 teardown; gas mileage stays flat: The Week in Reverse

Why do a majority of auto executives believe that hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles will dominate plug-in electric cars in the future? What do individual Tesla Model 3 parts tell us about that crucial but currently challenged electric car? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending on...

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All-Electric Vehicles For Sale In USA (2017 & 2018 Model Years)

With the intent being to educate those in the USA who are now in the market for an all-electric vehicle, I'm going to provide an overview here of the widely available and mass produced options out there. There's more on the market than the Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Nissan LEAF, Chevy Bolt, and BMW i3 ... but not a lot more

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What About Florida? Energy Efficiency, Solar Energy, & Regulatory Backwardness In The Sunshine State (Part 6: Who Will Own The Sun?)

Against complaints of their dismantling efficiency programs, a laudable accomplishment for Florida Power and Light Company (FPL) is their recent plans to greatly increase renewable energy generation. It is true that utility scale solar remains lower cost than rooftop solar for generation when both investments are unsubsidized. Also, it can be seen in the latest third party evaluation of the cost effectiveness of various generation resources that utility scale solar is now cost competitive with natural gas combined cycle …

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UK Produced More Electricity From “Low Carbon” Sources Than Coal & Gas In 2017 (1st Time) … But Will Need To Invest More In Cleantech To Meet Climate Change Goals (Carbon Brief)

If the UK is to meet its climate change and greenhouse gas emissions reductions goals, then it will need to invest more in so-called clean energy and cleantech. That's the takeaway of a new analysis and report from Carbon Brief, which utilized data provided by Imperial College London

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How serious is Norway about climate change? So much that its streetlights self-dim

As children, we're all taught to turn off the lights behind us as we leave an empty room. But it seems Norwegians have taken that lesson one step further. Along a 5.5-mile stretch of road in Hole, Norway, smart streetlights automatically dim when nobody's around—then come back to full power when a car, pedestrian, or other object approaches...

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Jaguar I-Pace European Pricing Revealed — €82,000 Starting Price

Initial pricing for the Jaguar I-Pace in the European market has now been revealed (via Autoblog.nl), showing numbers roughly in line with what most observers were expecting. The model is expensive but "affordable" for those who shop in the luxury SUV segment, in other words

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Volkswagen e-Golf Production Capacity To Double Next Year

Volkswagen will begin increasing the production capacity of the e-Golf at its facilities in Europe starting in March 2018, company spokespersons recently revealed. The plan is reportedly for the daily production capacity to be increased from 35 to 70 cars a day. Assuming that's an average with no days off, that's 25,550 Volkswagen e-Golfs per year — a bit more than the planned weekly production of the Tesla Model

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Comparison Of Real-World Range & Energy Efficiency Of 8 EVs By Auto Bild — #Interesting

The real-world range and energy efficiency of 8 plug-in electric vehicles were tested earlier this month by the German auto industry news source Auto Bild. Unsurprisingly, the comparison confirmed much of what had already been known, but it also provided for some data points

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Tesla Model S 75 To Return?

Automotive journalist Bozi Tatarevic has found something in the latest Tesla filings with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) -- a listing for a single-motor Model S. The rear-wheel-drive-only model was Tesla's least expensive vehicle for a while but was discontinued earlier this year. It may be available once again soon. Why? Speculation abounds