GM won a rare win last week in terms of CleanTechnica views. The most popular story of the week was one about GM potentially having a million-mile battery and EVs with 600 miles of range at some point. It’s a target. Otherwise, Tesla took the next two spots on the podium, thanks to Meek Mill’s enthusiasm for Tesla and the Model 3 being the top selling vehicle (of any kind or class) in California in the 1st quarter of 2020 — quite a feat. For more, scroll down and check out the rest of the top 20 list.
- GM EVs May Someday Have Million-Mile Batteries & 600 Mile Ranges
- Meek Mill Wants To Buy All The Teslas!
- Tesla Model 3 = Top Selling Car in California
- Nanotech Energy Claims Its Graphene Lithium Battery Will Charge 18 Times Faster Than Conventional Li-Ion Battery
- Tesla Model 3 Cost of Ownership After 2 Years & 50,000+ Miles
- Greyp Finally Brings Its Tech-Forward Supercharged E-bikes To The US
- Tesla Roadster Will Really Use SpaceX Rocket Thrusters — Because Elon
- Italians Can Now Install Rooftop Solar PV Systems For Free
- MIT Study Says Using Retired EV Batteries For Grid-Scale Energy Storage Could Be Profitable
- Audi e-tron Is The New King Of Norway
- Sandy Munro Pits Tesla Cybertruck Against Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, & RAM 1500
- US Wind Power Plants Show Little Decline With Age
- BYD Qin = China’s Best Selling Electric Vehicle In April (China EV Sales Report)
- Why Are We Subsidizing Fossil Fuels? Seriously
- California May Soon Mandate Uber & Lyft Shift To Electric Vehicles
- Elon Musk, SpaceX, & NASA Are Taking The 2nd Step Toward Mars 🚀🚀
- Amazon Going Solar — Big Time
- What’s Up With Volkswagen Software?
- Tesla Model Y Delivery Estimate Goes Down To 4–8 Weeks
- Electric Bus Fleet In Washington Has Completed 50 MWh Of Wireless Charging
Overall, it was quite a diverse week for cleantech news (and some space stuff we don’t normally cover).
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