Today we've got reports on the growth of workplace electric-car charging, impeding expiration of the Federal hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle tax credit, and a new hybrid powertrain that sues exhaust gases to generate electricity. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've updated our November plug-in electric car sales report with more figures.

The U.S. Department of Energy says workplace charging has doubled in the past two years, and hopes to see more growth.

Check out the prototype hybrid powertrain that uses exhaust gases to generate electricity.

There are strange cars, and then there are ones that are indescribably weird. This armored electric police patrol car from China falls into the latter category.

The Federal hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle tax credit expires this month. Will it be renewed?

China has been the world's biggest car market for several years now, but it only just took the lead in electric-car sales two months ago.

A reliability survey by CarMD shows that Hondas have fewer issues, and Mazdas cost less to fix, than average.

Finally, the Ferrari LaFerrari FXX K may not be designed for fuel efficiency, but it is a hybrid, technically.


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