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Electric Vehicle News: Tesla in Pennsylvania, New BYD Batteries…

Time for another electric vehicle news roundup. Enjoy!

Tesla Motors


Pennsylvania has approved 5 Tesla galleries, and existing one and 4 more. (EV Obsession)

Tesla trumps Toyota’s fuel cell vehicle efforts, big time. This is Part II in a series on that. (Climate Progress)

How do you build a Supercharger station anyway? Have a look. (Teslarati)

Tesla might be considering carbon fiber. (TeslaMondo)

Curious how the Tesla Model S traction control system works? (Teslarati)

It’s not time for a mid-cycle Model S refresh yet. (TeslaMondo)

If you’re a new Model S owner, check out these 5 mistakes to avoid. (Teslarati)

Derangement is… derangement. And one Tesla hater is either deranged or really enjoys acting deranged. (EV Obsession)

Other EVs


Low-income Californian’s are likely to get a new EV rebate in California, thanks to the “Charge Ahead” initiative championed by state senator Kevin De Leon. (EV Obsession)

BYD is beginning production of lithium-manganese-iron-phosphate batteries. (EV Obsession)

Over 100 cities are already signed up to participate in National Drive Electric Week. (EV Obsession)

How the Chevy Volt changed one person’s entire view of driving. (GM-Volt Forum)

Chevy Volt fleet owners are getting some pretty awful MPG. (GAS2)

15 Oregon business owners have signed on to supporting electric vehicles. (EV Obsession)

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