Published on December 9th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan0
A $35,000 (Used) Tesla … A Tesla Shuttle Trip In A TARDIS-Like Model 3 … Top Selling Cars In USA — #CleanTechnica Top 20
December 9th, 2018 by Zachary Shahan
Another week, another long list of extremely popular Tesla stories, with a handful of other cleantech pieces sprinkled in. As a reminder, we primarily publish non-Tesla articles. Nonetheless, Tesla stories dominate our top 20 list week after week, with 11 out of 20 stories being about Tesla. If we just wanted to get more views, we’d chase Tesla stories night and day. However, we find it’s more useful to provide broad coverage of important cleantech topics to convey useful context about what is happening in the shift away from fossil fuels.
- Tesla Opens Up Sale Of A $35,000 (Used) Electric Car Today
- Tesla Shuttle From Sarasota To Tampa Airport — Like Dr. Who’s TARDIS #Infinite
- Tesla Model 3 = #6 Top Selling Car In USA In November (Possibly)
- How Much Should You Charge Your Tesla Overnight To Keep Your Battery Healthy & Software Sane?
- Tesla Passes Daimler In Market Cap — Volkswagen Next?
- What Changed In The EV Industry In November?
- Tesla Gigafactory Pays Big Dividends For Nevada
- Rivian Electric Truck — Deep Dive
- What Long Duration Energy Storage Is & Why It Kills Coal
- Tesla Sales = 4.6% of California Vehicle Sales in Q3
- What Changed In The Solar Energy Industry In November?
- Tesla Model 3 Is Coming To The Land Of EV Confusion!
- 2020 Kia Soul EV — Efficiency, Highway Range, & Charging Compared To Competitors
- Correction: Tesla Nailed Original Model 3 Production Plan
- Research Breakthrough Could Lead To “Smart” Solar Panels & Buildings
- Coal Is On The Way Out — Natural Gas Is Next
- New Home Solar Laws Could Triple US Solar Base By 2045
- Major Study Shows Electric Bikes Good For Health
- Who Will Lead On Electric Pickups, Electric Crossovers, Electric Semi Trucks, & Solar Roofs?
- Chinese Tariff Cuts & Model 3 Production Ramp Could Lift Tesla To Monster Q4
- Volkswagen Phasing Out Conventional Vehicles, May Build Cars At Ford Factories In US
- Hyundai’s Kona & Ioniq EVs Top The Range & Efficiency Charts