Published on November 13th, 2017 |
by Zachary Shahan
US Electric Car Sales … Jolt Electric Folding Bike … Tesla Battery Director Departure … (Top 20 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)
November 13th, 2017 by Zachary Shahan
2017 is the year of the electric vehicle, and that’s been reflected in CleanTechnica coverage and our most popular articles. Yet again, the most popular stories of the past week here on CleanTechnica were EV stories, with a few big renewable energy ones sneaking in as well. Check out the top 20 here:
1. Chevy Bolt Rises Again, Nissan LEAF Drops Off Cliff (October US Electric Car Sales) — CleanTechnica Exclusive
2. Is The Jolt An Affordable Folding E-Bike?
3. Tesla’s Director Of Battery Engineering Departs
4. Lazard: Wind & Solar Power Costs Continue To Fall, Putting Coal & Nuclear At A Disadvantage
5. The Heaviest Tow By An Electric Vehicle Ever & Margot Robbie Talks Nissan Electric Ecosystem
6. 100% Electric Bus Fleet For Shenzhen (Population 11.9 Million) By End Of 2017
7. Canada’s Largest Retailer Unveils Fully Electric Class 8 Truck
8. What The New 2018 Nissan LEAF Means For You (CleanTechnica Interview)
9. Plane & Pilot Magazine: Electric Airplanes Are Here To Stay
10. 100% Global Renewable Electricity No Longer Flight Of Fancy, More Cost-Effective Than Current System
11. France To Floating Offshore Wind Industry: You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
12. Is The Electric Motorcycle Evoke An Urban Classic?
13. HomeBiogas 2.0 Produces 3 Hours Of Cooking Gas Per Day From Kitchen Scraps
14. Flexible Rollup Solar Panels Bring Electricity To Remote British Island
15. In Giant Shifts, The Invisible Becomes Haunting
16. The Economist: Global Tipping Point For Electric Cars In 2018 (Video)
17. 7 Reasons The Future Is Electric
18. Renault ZOE Declared Green Apple Pure Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Champion 2017
19. Tesla Powers Up Nantucket With Grid Storage Installation
20. Another Whitefish Energy Flop, Another Case For Renewable Energy In Puerto Rico
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