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Marchionne is especially interested in "the development of transmissions and hydrogen."

Tokyo

"Toyota loves cars" and has a lot of concepts.

AI, data and electrification — including solid-state batteries — are keys to Toyota's mobility strategy.

Video

Francois Gissy pulls 5 g, does 0-62 mph in half a second.

It's like a grade-school science project you can ride.

Frankfurt

SUV brings the “other” zero-emission tech to market.

The long-awaited followup to the 2010 B-Class fuel cell.

Mercedes has driven 11 million miles in fuel-cell cars, with water vapor as the only emission.

Report

The billionaire called for policies that would have benefited his investments.

Senator Tammy Duckworth cites a potential conflict of interest.

Green

Take a quick lap around the web with us for bite-sized briefings on (ahem) current events.

Here's what else is happening in the green car world.

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The Renew's body is made from woven hemp.

Woven hemp is light, durable, biodegradable, and carbon negative.

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China is rushing to electrify its cars.

Breaking

Trump has come under pressure from advisers, close allies, corporate CEOs, Democrats and some fellow Republicans to keep the United States in the accord.

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"Climate change is a global challenge. No county can place itself outside of this."

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It's a tiny proof-of-concept device, for now.

Green

It takes energy to make energy, and renewables are the key to green H2.

Solar, hydro, and wind make for cleaner fuel than coal-based hydrogen.

Green

Wastewater plant will turn methane into CNG fuel for use in converted city vehicles.

Making the most of decomposing sewage will reduce carbon emissions and earn revenue for the city.

Study

About the same number of drivers say they're buying a pickup next.

AAA poll indicates 30 million Americans may buy an electric vehicle within three to five years.

Green

Dare we call it a trend?

Batteries are getting better and cheaper, quickly.

Green

There goes the notion of a nationwide emissions standard in America.

"What were you thinking when you threw yourselves on the mercy of the Trump administration to solve your problems?" asked Mary Nichols, head of CARB.

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We still don't know how much these solar shingles will cost.