Korea considers changing its EV subsidy after Tesla buyers cash in

2020 Tesla Model 3South Korea may exclude Tesla from the list of automakers that qualify for electric-car subsidies as the California transplant racks up sales, The Korea Herald reported Sunday. Between January and June, Tesla accounted for 43% of 209.2 billion won ($176 million at current exchange rates) in subsidies, according to the report. That will likely push…
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EGEB: Why Baltimore’s latest gas explosion is sad but unsurprising

  • Baltimore’s natural gas infrastructure is aging — and leaking — and it’s putting people’s lives at risk.
  • The EPA is expected to lift controls on greenhouse gas methane.
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Nikola announces order for 2,500 battery-electric garbage trucks

Nikola battery-electric truck chassis cabNikola has yet to deliver even one of its promised hydrogen fuel-cell semi trucks, but on Monday the company announced an order for 2,500 battery-electric garbage trucks. The trucks will go to waste-disposal company Republic Services, in what Republic claims to be the first large-scale commitment to fleet electrification in its industry. On-road…
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