The top 20 CleanTechnica stories of the past week or so, in case you were on vacation or something crazy like that:
- $10,492 Tesla Model S Maintenance Costs After 300,000 Miles, $0 Charging
- 6 Tesla-Owning Celebrities & Their Modified Teslas — via EVANNEX
- Tesla Model S Charging Cost After 17,000 km = $70 (CleanTechnica Exclusive)
- $30,000 Off Price Of Tesla Model S P100D Or Model X P100D Showroom Cars This Month
- Tesla Patents New Process To Bond Solar Cells With Heat-Cured Conductive Adhesive
- Continental 48 Volt Electric Bicycle Products On Display At EuroBike Show — via Gas2
- Every Plug-In Car Model Has A Selling Point (CleanTechnica Exclusive)
- Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging Breakthrough Achieved
- Nissan Unveils Redesigned 2018 Nissan LEAF With 240–400 km Range & ProPilot Autonomous Driving Features
- Electric Cars Coming Quickly, Will Disrupt Bunch Of Industries, JP Morgan Forecasts — via EVANNEX
- The End of Fossil-Fuelled Cars — via Same Facts
- How To Rent A Tesla — via EVANNEX
- Here’s A Diesel-Killing, Futuristic “Dip-Dry” Solar Device You Can Practically DIY At Home (Sort Of)
- Should Tesla (TSLA) Stock Be Analyzed Differently? — via EVANNEX
- It’s The Batteries, Baby!
- 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Review (CleanTechnica Exclusive)
- Intel Study Shows How To Help People Accept Self-Driving Vehicles
- Tesla Model X Is Ridiculous, Astonishing, Still Car From The Future, CNET Reports — via EVANNEX
- Tesla Plants Seed of Solar Power in Low-Income Neighborhoods with Donation of 569kW of Solar Panels
- Stanford Researchers Mimic Structure Of Insects Eyes To Make Perovskite Solar Cells More Durable
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