Today on Green Car Reports: The status of Tesla Motors electric-car battery swapping, Nissan e-NV200 battery-pack details, and a hydrogen fuel-cell terminology question. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Are vanadium flow batteries the solution to "too much" solar power?

Will the success of fuel cells be hampered by the term itself? Would it be better to call them "hydrogen batteries" instead?

The Nissan e-NV200 electric van stays cool with thermal conditioning for the battery pack.

Will Echo Automotive's "bolt-on" plug-in hybrid system succeed with fleets?

It's been a year since Elon Musk demonstrated Tesla Model S battery swapping, but it's still no closer to arriving.

Tell us what you think: Is the Subaru Forester simply a reincarnated Volvo 240 wagon?

Finally: Darth Vader's Hot Wheels car doesn't run on gasoline. It uses the Force.


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