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And that's not counting the 200,000 plug-in trucks and buses

China beat the US and Europe in plug-in vehicle sales last year, and is only going to lengthen its lead.

That 2015 stop-sale on VW diesels didn't hurt.

Chevy Volt, Ford Focus Hybrid, Nissan Leaf all had strong sales in November.

This year's sales of EVs, PHEVs are up 38 percent to almost 111,000 units.

US sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids surpassed a record 16,000 units in September.

State will triple rebate for electric-vehicle drivers.

Previously, hybrid buyers got more than EV buyers.

Demand for EVs rises despite lower gas prices and limited availability.

You've all been busy.

For September, the Leaf is up 5.5 percent, while the Volt was up 76 percent.

No, really, when's that second-gen Leaf coming?

Oh, and you might get $4,500 back from the feds, too.

These numbers add up.

Germany and California have applied similar policies to EV perks.

France's price cap on qualifying electric vehicles would be about $56,000.

VW announces joint-venture agreement with China-based Jianghuai.

A billion people. A billion EVs?

In August, the Volt pretty much doubled what the Leaf managed.

Raise your hand if you're surprised.

New global company based on a test program in Iceland.

You might remember Gisli Gislason. He's still ready to bring EVs to the masses.

In a new Sierra Club study, Tesla scored best among EV automakers.

A Sierra Club study suggests many electric vehicle dealers are either incompetent or not really trying.

US plug-in vehicle sales growth was more moderate than previously estimated.

Tesla's less-than-expected deliveries pulled down US green-car sales in June further.

The most in-demand was the Toyota Prius Plug-In.

Based on days spent on dealer lots, electrified vehicles are a hit on the secondary market. The three best sellers are the Model S, Leaf and Plug-in Prius.

Chevy Volt, Ford progress offset by Japanese models.

US green-car sales for June plunge as demand for Toyota's hybrids, Nissan's Leaf drops.

It's happening. Again. And Again.

US sales totals for the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf this past month look a whole heck of a lot like the numbers from all the other months this year.

German climate-change plan calls for vehicle emissions to be halved by '30.

German chancellor backs climate-change plan that would push automakers to dedicate most of their production to hybrids and electric vehicles by 2030.

Automakers are tasked with meeting California mandate with more plug-in vehicles.

California's clean-vehicle rules, which are followed by nine other US states, will get stricter in 2018.

A more likely scenario, though, is a 5% drop.

US fuel consumption may "fall" to 7 million barrels a day by 2035 if EVs account for a third of new-car sales.

This is just one milestone on the way to a big increase after 2020.

The International Energy Agency thinks that the world got its 1,000,000th plug-in vehicle last year. It says that this will help on the two-degree C goal.

There were no surprises in the old sales rivalry last month.

The Chevy Volt outsold the Nissan Leaf by over 900 units last month. Pretty much how it's been for all of 2016.

China demand, broader range of EV types could spur spending increase.

ABI Research thinks that worldwide electric vehicle sales could hit $58 billion by 2021.

Higher April sales Ford hybrids, Chevy Volt offset Nissan, Honda demand lag.

While April green-car sales were down 17 percent, demand was about even when factoring out impact of VW's diesel stop-sale.

It's coming to the US right quick.

Before it even arrives in the US, the Mitsubishi Outlander has sold 100,000 units. It's tremendously popular in Europe and Japan, and we'll get it soon.

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