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Recharge Wrap-up: Tesla sells tax credits, biodiesel employs more than 47,000 in US


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Tesla,Alternative Fuels,Biodiesel,Green Automakers,Electric Tesla sells tax credits for cash in Nevada.

Mitsubishi Ground Tourer Concept will show next-gen PHEV ideas in Paris


Filed under: Green,Paris Motor Show,Mitsubishi,Fuel Efficiency,SUV,Electric,Hybrid A few months before the Paris Motor Show starts, Mitsubishi is teasing a new plug-in hybrid SUV concept called the Ground Tourer Concept.

VW may be eying China for its first battery factory


Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Volkswagen,China,Electric Volkswagen may be planning a giant battery-making factory in China, as the automaker looks to expand plug-in fleet.

Tesla Model S sets new production EV record up Pikes Peak


Filed under: Green,Motorsports,Tesla,Sedan,Electric Blake Fuller, founder of Go Puck, set a new record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with a lightened Tesla Model S using a smaller battery.

Nissan will introduce range extender in new compact EV soon


Filed under: Green,Nissan,Japan,Electric,Hybrid Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says that a new compact car in Japan will get the e-Power system, which is a range extender for an EV.

Alphabet proposes scrapping buses in favor of Ubers (Update)


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,United States Google's parent company Alphabet proposes that Columbus, Ohio, drop public transit in favor of ride sharing transport like Uber at discounted prices.

VW diesel settlement could cost up to $14.7 billion


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Volkswagen,Emissions,Diesel,Electric The EPA and VW announced a settlement in the diesel scandal that could cost the company almost $15 billion.

California zero-emissions mandate now impacts 28% of US


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Electric California's clean-vehicle rules, which are followed by nine other US states, will get stricter in 2018.

Proterra releases fast-charging EV patents to the wild


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Marketing/Advertising,Alternative Fuels,AutoblogGreen Exclusive,Green Culture,Transportation Alternatives,Electric Electric bus maker Proterra is opening up three of its bast-charging technology patents so that anyone making heavy-duty EVs can add overhead chargers.

Recharge Wrap-up: DOE, USABC fund 24M, Tesla Model 3 images, video


Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Videos,Tesla,Green Automakers,Electric The Tesla Model 3 gets spotted in the wild, and more shots leak.

Acura NSX hybrid wins Time Attack 2 division at Pikes Peak


Filed under: Green,Acura,Electric,Hybrid,Racing Acura sent three NSX models to Pikes Peak. Two did well.

Tesla goes one for three in DIY pedestrian-avoidance test


Filed under: Green,Videos,Tesla,Electric One Tesla owner's 'summon' feature actually hits the brakes to avoid a pedestrian, but not all Autopilot features managed to do this.

EU commissioner: VW's pay to US owners should apply in Europe, too


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Volkswagen,Emissions,Europe,Diesel An EU commissioner says that VW should treat each side of the Atlantic the same when it comes to diesel scandal customer payments.

Watch a fire department slice open a Tesla Model X


Filed under: Extrication experts show how first responders can access a Tesla Model X's passengers after a crash.

If Tesla deal goes through, SolarCity name could be no more


Filed under: Green,Tesla,Green Culture,Electric,Solar Electrek finds some Tesla trademark filings that show that all of the things that SolarCity does could be renamed with the automaker's name.

NRG sells EVgo network of fast-chargers to investment firm


Filed under: Green,Electric The EVgo charging network was sold by utility company NRG to Vision Ridge Partners.

Recharge Wrap-up: NASA's EV plane, GM and Navy partner on fuel cell drone sub


Filed under: Green,GM,Misc. Automakers,Suzuki,Alternative Fuels,Electric,Hybrid,Military Meet NASA's X-57 electric test plane.

2016 Pikes Peak Hill Climb: Practice Day 4


Filed under: Green,Motorsports,Racing It's been a long and rewarding week here in Colorado Springs, and we've got the photos to prove it.

Columbus, OH wins DOT's Smart City Challenge


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Videos,Green Culture,Transportation Alternatives,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Autonomous,Electric Columbus, Ohio has earned $140 million to be a living laboratory for the future of transport.

Volkswagen may install diesel filters for gas-powered cars


Filed under: Green,Volkswagen,Emissions,Europe,Diesel The filters VW uses for diesel vehicles would be added to turbocharged gas-powered cars next year.


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