The top CleanTechnica stories of the past week in terms of reader interest were — surprise, surprise — Tesla stories. Actually, the 5 most popular stories of the past week were Tesla-related stories. I guess that means we should stop covering Tesla, yeah?
- Tesla Wins A Battle In Its War With Michigan
- 504,000 Tesla Model 3 Gasmobile Competitor Sales In USA In 2016, & Why To Buy Them In 2018
- Tesla Model 3 Minimalism vs Buttons & Stuff
- Angela Merkel’s Chief of Staff Slams German Automakers (For Being Behind Tesla)
- Tesla Model 3 Is “Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum” … “Drives Like A Porsche”
- China Continues Massive Solar Installations With 10.52 GW In July, Already Exceeds 2020 Target
- iPhones (& Teslas) Could Never Go Mainstream
- Zoe, Leaf, & i3 Lead The Crowd In Europe (Europe Electric Car Sales)
- Going Backwards — Driving A Gas Car For 1 Day After 2 Years In A Nissan LEAF
- 2018 Nissan LEAF “Amazes Your Senses”
- Cheapest Electric Cars (Total Cost of Ownership) In UK
- Tesla Model S Gets Official Thumbs Down From German Minister — via Gas2
- Tesla Model 3 Blending Steel & Aluminum — More Details
- Electric Car Charging In The City (#Electrifying Webinar)
- Largest Container Shipping Line In Japan To Test Remote-Controlled Vessel, Working Towards Fully Autonomous Shipping
- 100% Renewable Energy For 139 Nations Detailed In New Stanford Report
- Toyota (Still) Banks On Lithium-Air Energy Storage For Next-Gen EV Batteries
- NREL Confirms Wind & Solar Have Cheapest Generation Costs
- Fisker EMotion To Be Unveiled At CES 2018
- “Base-Cost Renewables” Will See Wind & Solar Kill Coal — via RenewEconomy
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