Today, we look at plug-in electric car sales for May 2016, Tesla plans to sell electric cars in Nordstrom department stores, and Peabody Coal's bankruptcy reveals the extent of the coal giant's lobbying efforts against climate-change science. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla and SolarCity will collaborate on a combined solar farm and energy-storage array on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.

The Toyota Prius hybrid has the lowest average maintenance costs of any car over 10 years, according to auto-repair website YourMechanic.

Plug-in electric car sales for May show the Nissan Leaf struggling, despite a range boost from 84 to 107 miles for the 2016 model year.

In April, Peabody Coal filed for bankruptcy, and that bankruptcy has brought to light the extent of the company's climate change denial lobbying efforts.

Tesla will sell electric cars in Nordstrom department stores, beginning with a trial run at a store in Los Angeles.

If you're planning a summer road trip, it may be a good idea to avoid these 10 U.S. cities determined to be the most dangerous for drivers by a recent study.

Finally, Mercedes-Benz claims it is developing new battery technology for electric cars that will double range and halve costs compared to current lithium-ion cells.


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