The electric G-Class will get energy-dense batteries. Federal hydrogen hubs should get more scrutiny over how they’re making hydrogen, experts say. And does the Ford Escape PHEV deliver an experience that makes sense next to Ford’s excellent EVs? This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
In a Ford Escape Plug-In Hybrid review, we found this model doesn’t offer the design- and tech-savvy of the Mach-E or Lightning—or much confidence in staying all-electric. Is it lost in the Energi era, when plugging in meant saving gas more than going tailpipe-emissions-free?
The American firm Sila will provide its silicon anode battery chemistry for the upcoming electric version of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV
And will the Department of Energy’s upcoming hydrogen hubs be as dirty as coal
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