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We sit down for a talk with Dr. Joan Ogden after a ten-year gap.

In which wetake a long look at the development of hydrogen vehicles with someone who's been studying the field for three decades. You're bound to learn something.

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Solid. Attractive. But maybe not all that efficient.

Does Honda's new gas-electric vehicle really offer almost 50 mpg? During our first few miles with the car, it sure doesn't seem so.

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No timeline, but a target has been set.

The chief engineer of the Toyota Prius tells us that a five-seat version of the Prime PHEV is something he's working on. But he won't say when it might arrive.

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We've gone through every state DMV website to find you a way to show your green site.

We've collected the environmental and conservation license plates from all across the US. Turns out, not every state offers plates like these.

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CEO says openess helps the entire electric vehicle industry, especially buses.

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.

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Tiny EVs might have trouble in the land of big vehicles.

Chinese company ZD already operates a car-sharing fleet in Italy, and is now thinking of coming to the US.

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Let's get all future-y on this one.

The University of Tokyo is working on in-wheel motors that get their energy through wireless induction charging, which hints at one amazing EV future.

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Tweet, tweet, tweet.

A short tour of the research posters at the EVS29 conference in Montreal.

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'It's coming,' one engineering director tells us.

At EVS29, Nissan finally admits that it is working on a next-gen Leaf with a 60-kWh battery pack that will be able to go over 200 miles on a charge.

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Hyundai is making California's ZEV credit rules work, or is it the other way around?

Hyundai's Mike O'Brien tells us how California's Zero Emission Vehicle credits are impacting the company's green car plans.

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This is way beyond the 110-mile Ioniq EV coming later this year

Until plug-in vehicle buyers stop caring about all-electric range - and who knows when that might happen - the distance an EV can travel on a full charge will remain an important selling point. Most US drivers go less than 40 miles a day, but that's not stopping at least two high-profile automakers from building a 200-mile EV. Both the Chevy Bolt EV and the Tesla Model 3 are shooting for this target.

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How well do you know HTT and H1? And then what about AECOM?

When you compare the status of Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, you see that they're both moving along fine, but in different ways.

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More Fuel Economy Follies

When you spend a year in a bunch of cars, you can start to track facts and figures. In this episode, comparing real-world MPG with what the EPA says.

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The Voltec drive units are awfully similar, but the batteries are different.

Under the hood, the Chevy Volt and the new Malibu Hybrid are remarkably similar. And the Malibu's emphasis on electric drive comes from the Volt, too.

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1967 Firebird Prius is a most unexpected muscle car conversion.

An engineer looked at his 1967 Pontiac Firebird and decided to put a Toyota Prius V inside.

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It's a story about transportation in the 21st Century.

Director Chris Paine tells us that he's going to start working on another sequel to 'Who Killed The Electric Car?' this summer.

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Sometimes you get a Brit, but it was still a fun talk.

The Swedish Tourist Association wants you to call up a random Swede. So we did.

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Any future Mitsubishi plug-in will likely be a CUV.

The arrival of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has been pushed back so many times we've lost count. But now it's really only a few months away. Hopefully.

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Toyota engineers listened to what you did and didn't like about the first Prius Plug In.

As they developed the Prius Prime, Toyota engineers took customer and driver feedback into account. 22 miles of EV range and 120 MPGe are the result.

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Speaking at the New York Auto Show, Ghosn explains why we need EVs.

To reach the climate change mitigation goals of COP21, we need to double our efforts to get more people into electric vehicles, says Carlos Ghosn.

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We sit down for a Q&A with Tesla Model X owner Randy Hansen.

This might be the longest Q&A we've ever had on AutoblogGreen, but when you cover solar energy, Tesla's future, and the EV experience, it takes a while.

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