Top 15 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week

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Would you believe it? Not a single Tesla story made it into the top 15 this week!

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Ah, of course you weren’t fooled by that fib. In fact, Tesla took spots #1, #2, #4, #5 (sort of), and must have contributed to #15 as well. But there was actually a bit of diversity this week, with a fair number of solar, wind, “maybe some day” tech, and other stories landing in the top 15. If you haven’t checked out these stories yet, maybe now’s the time?

  1. Tesla Gigafactory Pictures With Tesla Board (Elon Musk, JB Straubel, Steve Jurvetson, Kimbal Musk…)
  2. Tesla P85D VS. $400,000 Lamborghini Murcielago (Video)
  3. Strong Link Between California Drought & Climate Change Revealed Today
  4. White Model X Spy Pics Surface On Twitter
  5. Tesla Model S, Nissan LEAF, & BMW i3 Top US Electric Car Sales In February
  6. Rayton Solar Using Particle Accelerators To Create Solar Panels That Are “60% Cheaper + 25% More Efficient
  7. Wind Turbine Blade Design Rapidly Evolving
  8. Energy Storage Could Reach Big Breakthrough Price Within 5 Years
  9. Deutsche Bank: Solar Will Be Dominant Global Electricity Source By 2030
  10. Supersonic “Solar Fuel Cell” Could Churn Out Sustainable Hydrogen
  11. Solar As Cheap As Coal… Why Not Cheaper?
  12. Wind Energy Was Largest Source Of New US Electricity In 2014
  13. Instantly Double Your Electric Vehicle Range… Some Day….
  14. BYD E5 Electric Car Spotted, Claims 150 Mile Range
  15. Amp Electric Aiming To Be The Tesla Motors Of Delivery Trucks & Vans

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4 thoughts on “Top 15 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week

  • I assume these are the 15 stories with the most hits. I can say that I checked out one of these stories just to see if it was as badly overblown as I expected. (It was.)

    • Yes of course it is the top fifteen stories that have gotten the most clicks, with the data supplied by the server providers, what else could it be?
      At one time I asked Zach about providing the top stories according to comments, but to do that and provide the stories that actually have the most informative comment threads and not the ones full of derogatory troll statements would require personell following every thread full time. So it is obvious why that is not possible, maybe someday?

      • I would prefer that it be Zach’s favorite stories or, better still, the results of a quick weekly poll of Zack and his “Top Commenters”. Then the reader wouldn’t waste time checking out stories by authors who write overblown or misleading titles to attract readership.

        • Well that is your preference, and mine would be to have more concentration on off grid applications and teaching people how to free themselves from the monopolistic utilities.
          But this is what it is, and I can’t really complain about a free access news service that has an open yet well moderated comments section.
          With a little practice it isn’t to hard to spot the article titles or authors that are going to end up being fluff or PR, but it is each individuals tastes that qualify that. So I just appreciate Zach’s efforts at gathering such a wide variety of information on the cleantech industry and enjoy learning about some of the aspects that aren’t so directly applicable to myself.

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