Today, a report that the 2016 Nissan Leaf could arrive in August with a 100-mile range, Tesla's quarterly sales results, and a company that believes it's close to commercially-viable solar hydrogen production. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've updated our June plug-in electric car sales report with additional information.

What's so magical about 1.5 volts? It's the practical voltage required to produce hydrogen gas from water at a commercial scale using solar power, and HyperSolar believes it's nearing that mark.

A significant update of the current-generation Nissan Leaf may be in the works. The 2016 Nissan Leaf could launch as soon as next month with a 100-mile range, a new report claims.

Ford experiments with cylinder deactivation for its 1.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost three-cylinder engine to further improve fuel economy.

Tesla says it delivered 11,507 electric cars between April and June--its highest quarterly total so far.

A new oil refinery may seem like a counterintuitive way to lower carbon emissions, but that's exactly what one West Coast company is proposing, as a way to help meet regional clean-fuel standards.

Honda, Nissan, and Toyota confirm details of their joint plan to finance the construction of hydrogen fueling stations in Japan. Will that jump start interest in fuel-cell cars in the companies' home market?

Certain 2015 Ford C-Max and Focus models are recalled to address a software glitch, which could leave the cars' engines running even after drivers turn them off.

Finally, BMW shows interest in fuel-cell cars with hydrogen-powered i8 coupe and 5 Series Gran Turismo wagon prototypes.


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