Aluminum-Air Battery … Chevy Bolt & Hyundai Kona vs. Tesla Model 3 Sales … The Mistake Of Buying A Tesla Competitor — CleanTechnica Top 20

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The most popular CleanTechnica stories of the past week were led by a (somewhat wild) claim of an aluminum-air battery breakthrough. Yup, really. After that, it was almost all Tesla — Tesla Model 3 sales compared to other top EV sales, buying a gas “luxury car” competitor to a Tesla, Tesla disruption in Norway, Elon Musk and Tesla proving naysayers wrong, a Tesla fire, Tesla software updates. Oh yeah, and we also had a story on PG&E rolling blackouts (that featured a CleanTechnica photo of Elon Musk talking about solar power and batteries — and the story was retweeted by Elon).

Oh yeah, plus, Toyota. …

  1. UK Man Invents Aluminum-Air Battery In His Garage
  2. Chevy Bolt & Hyundai Kona EV Crushing Tesla Model 3 In US Sales — Or Not
  3. “If You Didn’t Buy A Tesla, You Just Made A Mistake”
  4. Norway Update: Tesla & Chinese EVs Could Spell Doom For Legacy Automakers
  5. 7 Things Tesla Couldn’t Do
  6. Tesla Fire In Raleigh Raises Questions About Something Else
  7. Major Tesla Updates Coming: More Power, Single-Pedal Driving, Faster Supercharging
  8. 7 More Things Tesla “Couldn’t” Achieve
  9. Tesla To Produce Its Own Batteries, Reports South Korea News Outlet “The Elec”
  10. Toyota Passes On EVs In Favor Of Hybrids & Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
  11. PG&E Head Says To Expect Rolling Blackouts For The Next 10 Years
  12. Porsche Taycan Turbo S Beats Tesla Model S P100D In 0–100 km/h & 0–250 km/h Acceleration Times
  13. Everything You Need To Know About Version 3 Of Tesla’s New Solarglass Roof Tiles
  14. Tesla Delivers Record Production, Gigafactory 3 Making Cars, Model Y 6 Months Early
  15. Tesla Sentry Mode Catches Vandal Who Keyed 5 Cars (Video)
  16. 750 Horsepower Electric Aviation Engine Tested By MagniX
  17. Next Gold Rush: Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  18. Tesla’s Navigate On Autopilot Is Smooth As Silk — CleanTechnica Review
  19. Protect Your Tesla Model S, X, Or 3 Before Winter Weather Catches Up To You
  20. Tesla = 75–85% of US Electric Vehicle Sales

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