The Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y topped the charts on CleanTechnica last week, just as they’re expected to top the electric vehicle sales charts for years to come.
Another technology that hit the top 20 more than once last week — perovskite solar cells. Promising research on perovskites has been rolling in for years. Perhaps we’ll finally see some serious commercialization avenues form in the next year or two? Maybe? At least one company has its eyes set on that.
For more on CleanTechnica’s top 20 articles of the week, read on and click through to the stories that interest you.
- Australian Police Pulled Over A Tesla — Watch What Happened Next
- Tesla Model Y Market Explosion Going So Differently From Tesla Model 3 Explosion
- Tesla Model Y Interior — Detailed Pictures Leaked At Last!
- Super Secret Perovskite Solar Cell Company Bursts Out Of Stealth Mode
- Tesla Registrations Drop Big In Europe, Struggle In Japan — Why?
- Plot Thickens Around Floating Offshore Wind Farm Mystery Tour
- Best Solar Cell Ever: Graphene + Perovskite + Silicon
- Ford Mustang Mach-E vs Tesla Model Y (Infographic)
- Tesla Model 3 In Hit & Run Saw Everything
- Prufrock Next-Generation Tunnel-Boring Machine Is Working — Somewhere
- What Is More Effective Emissions-Wise, Solar Panels Or Trees?
- Tesla Fremont Factory Is Swarming With Model Y SUVs Ready For Delivery
- Kevin Rooke: The Genius of Tesla Superchargers
- Solar Energy Kicks Carbon Capture Butt In Wild Renewable Energy Rampage
- Dam The North Sea! Hey, It Could Happen
- Tesla Model Y vs. Tesla Model 3 — Head-To-Head Photo Shows Their Size Comparison
- Tesla Model Y’s Generous Trunk Space, + Spy Videos
- Humongous Tesla Battery Plant Approved In California Is 10× Bigger Than World’s Biggest Battery Plant
- Wind Energy Leads Germany To Renewable Energy Record In February
- Coronavirus Partly Responsible For Dramatic Decrease In Nitrogen Dioxide Pollution Over China
Clearly, the Model Y and Model 3 are hot topics for coronavirus-quarantined reading at the moment, as well as a few other Tesla topics and a sprinkling of the most exciting renewable energy news. We’ll see how things turn out in the coming week as the US and global economy continue to get hit by the coronavirus and Tesla fanfare rises with the nearly-here Model Y, Battery Day, Full Self Driving, and who knows what else?
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