Today, Tesla says it's building 2,000 cars a week, Nissan says it will develop fuel cells powered by ethanol instead of hydrogen, and Nordic Blue Crude says its synthetic diesel fuel cuts carbon emissions by 85 percent. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Norwegian company Nordic Blue Crude claims its synthetic diesel fuel cuts carbon by 85 percent, and it's hoping to attract Audi's interest.
Tesla now says it's building 2,000 cars a week. Will it be able to keep that pace up?
See what happens when a Pennsylvania car dealer tries to install solar panels in a town that restricts the capacity of these systems.
Nissan says it will develop fuel cells powered by ethanol, rather than hydrogen, and commercialize the technology by 2020.
New homes are being built with the goal of producing as much energy as they use, a concept known as "zero net energy." But that concept relies on decentralized home-solar generation that utilities are uncomfortable with.
Canada welcomed its 20,000th plug-in car in May, and if current trends hold, it could reach 30,000 by next year.
We compare two subcompact crossovers: the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3.
Finally, the Volvo XC90 T8 "Twin Engine" plug-in hybrid gets a power boost from Volvo performance division Polestar.