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Emphasis on the 'may,' there.

Norway's proposal to ban sales of new gas-powered cars is getting extra attention, thanks to Elon's Tweet.

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Why can't Iowa market E15 to most vehicles in the summer?

Toshiba begins testing its EV bus with contactless charging. Developing countries spent the most on renewable energy last year. Odd law squeezes out summer E15 sales in Iowa.

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Daimler invests over $3B in clean diesel; AT&T works toward 250K EVs in CA.

Spain wants a Tesla factory, badly. Daimler is investing $3.35 billion in clean diesel. AT&T California is hosting EV test drives. OSU wins the second round of EcoCar 3.

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Next-gen Tesla Powerwall launches soon; BYD Qin sells as fast as Chevy Volt.

Nissan provides 100 Leafs to Madrid taxi fleet. A new Tesla Powerwall version will launch soon. BYD sells 50,000 Qin PHEVs as fast as Chevy Volt. Social Charging app makes better use of EV infrastructure.

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Germany approves EV incentives; Vision Ridge invests in EVgo.

Grass Fed Coffee decorates its Tesla Model X like a cow. Jason Hughes retrofits a Model S with Autopilot. Germany approves EV subsidies. EVgo gets new a majority stakeholder.

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The story of Gregor Lesnik, a worker from Slovenia, has Tesla's attention.

Tesla says, 'we will never be a company that by our action does, or by our inaction allows, the wrong thing to happen just to save money.'

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Toyota issues $1.6B Green Bond.

VW plans to recover in the US with EVs. Formula E raises age limit for free entry in London. Toyota issues a new Green Bond for financing environmentally friendly cars.

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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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Yes, that's fast.

The first public test of Hyperloop One's upcoming pod-based transportation system took place in Nevada today.

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Automaker partners with Eaton on Tesla Powerwall rival.

Nissan Leaf owners in the UK could soon come home, sell the leftover electricity from their cars for a profit, and then recharge during cheap, off-peak hours.

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Problem is 'unforeseen circumstances related to road closures.'

The Formula E electric vehicle race originally scheduled for Moscow at the beginning of June has been cancelled. No replacement will be set.

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Danish teens turn abandoned bikes into vegetable gardens.

Teens in Aarhus, Denmark have turned abandoned bicycles into tiny food gardens. VW is working on the SLAM fast charging project. DLR shows off its HY4 fuel cell airplane.

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Babcock Ranch wants to be a testbed for driverless vehicles.

Babcock Ranch, Florida is being developed from the ground up with sustainability in mind.

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Who knows when the car after the Model 3 might arrive, though.

At an event in Norway, Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that a Tesla electric car that "everyone will be able to afford" is on the way.

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The famous boulevard, Champs-Élysées will be car-free once a month.

It is the opposite of C'etait un Rendezvous, but perhaps for a good reason.

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Swedish designer Mikael Kjellman is crowdfunding his DIY, all-weather PodRide on Indiegogo.

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The self-described "vegan hippie chick with a racecar" opens up.

Leilani Munter joins Neil deGrasse Tyson on Star Talk Radio to talk about racing, solar power, and dolphins.

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EVX's mission is to build the "world’s first road-legal solar sports car."

EVX Ventures it headed to Germany to talk about it's solar EV with unlimited range, the one built for the apocalypse.

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Elon Musk has achieved half of the milestones at Tesla he needs to get full access to all of his stock options. If he reaches all of the company's goals, the boss stands to make $1.6 billion.

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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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Patterns show that the move to cleaner energy would be quick if there was a concerted effort.

The common wisdom that moving away from dirty fossil fuels will take ages is flat-out wrong, says professor Benjamin Sovacool.

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