Today, weekend news on the 2018 Nissan Leaf, more on ultra-fast charging from Porsche, carbon capture to come (maybe), and new solar-panel tariffs from Trump. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Over the weekend, as we do every seven days, we ran down last week's most important green-car stories.
We also had two stories on the 2018 Nissan Leaf, which went on sale last Tuesday.
Georgia killed its generous electric-car tax credit in early 2015; now three legislators are trying to bring it back, albeit at a lower level.
The U.S. Department of Energy, under secretary Rick Perry, will work with Saudi Arabia on carbon-capture technologies for fossil fuels.
We got some new details on the Porsche Mission E electric sedan due in less than two years, including its 800-volt "Turbo Charging" ultra-fast charging plans.
The Trump administration imposed new tariffs on imported photovoltaic solar panels, but their effects may not be quite as dire as some fear.
California made a number of changes to its HOV-lane incentives for clear cars; we explain how carpool-lane stickers work now, who and which vehicles are eligible, and for how long.
The updated 2019 Jeep Cherokee has more power, but equal or better fuel economy: how'd they do that? Turns out they cut a lot of weight out of the compact SUV.
Finally, for 60 years now, the Mini Cooper brand has been all about England—upcoming electric Mini E included—but what happens to "Let's Motor" if future Minis are built in China?