Today on Green Car Reports: ChargePoint offers Blink electric-car charging customers $2,200 to switch networks, Toyota shows its prototype fuel-cell car to journalists, and the Lexus CT 200h compact hybrid faces new competitors from Audi and Mercedes-Benz. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The 2014 Cadillac ELR is priced at $75,995--more than twice the base price of a Chevrolet Volt--and will arrive in showrooms in January.

Have you ever wanted to personalize your GE electric-car charging station? Now you can, with custom skins.

A Tesla Model S desk greets visitors at Draper University Hero City.

Got a Blink charging station? ChargePoint is offering up to $2,200 for you to switch.

With the Nissan NV200 "Taxi of Tomorrow" mired in legal issues, will New York City taxis end up being the same mix of hybrids as any other city?

Should public quick-charging be considered a marketing cost for businesses?

Toyota shows a prototype hydrogen fuel-cell car to journalists.

Ford will partner with the University of Michigan to fund a new electric-car battery lab.

The Lexus CT 200h compact hybrid faces new competition from Audi and Mercedes. Could more variants help the CT stay relevant?

And, finally, today is Canadian Thanksgiving--perhaps a good time to give thanks for Sun Country's electric-car charging infrastructure.


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