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California has agreed to Volkswagen’s plan to spend $200 million in the state supporting electrified transportation and factoring in reaching disadvantaged communities. Approved Thursday by the California Air Resources Board, the 30-month program is the first phase of an $800 million settlement with the state. VW pledged $2 billion overall will be spent over 10 […]

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A green energy company has filed a lawsuit against Tesla Motors in London, saying the electric carmaker blocked its plans for charging stations in the U.K. Ecotricity Group was talking with companies, including Welcome Break Group, to install electric vehicle chargers at service providers along U.K. highways. In the lawsuit, Ecotricity stated that Tesla used […]

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Tesla told us a couple weeks ago the coast-to-coast Supercharger network would be coming soon, and as of yesterday it is essentially in place, and the first cross-country Model S trip on this route has already been made. With 71 SuperChargers throughout the United States, CEO Elon Musk tweeted the status for the still-expanding network […]

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One week ago this publication, as did others, reported that The New York Times had backed down from vouching for the accuracy of its reporter John Broder’s unsuccessful East Coast trip in a Tesla Model S. The interpretation of The Times having “reversed” its position was proliferated by a blog post bylined by Tesla CEO […]

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