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Automotive News reports on why automakers are not buying into Better Place's business model.
Nissan Motor and partner Renault could market electric vehicles without government incentives within four years as global sales reach 500,000 to 1 million vehicles per year, executives say.
Start-up gets a giant round of funding to build its network of electric-car-charging and battery-swapping stations with Europe and Asia its preferred locations.
The electric vehicle service company will show off an "AutOS" at the Frankfurt auto show to help drivers stay charged up by finding car charging spots and battery-swapping stations.
If we're talking about a breakthrough, then we're really talking about thinking big about a nationwide charging network. And that means turning to Uncle Sam for help
Automotive New reports on electric vehicles from a variety of manufacturers set to launch in Europe.
Stirling Energy Systems' solar play in the desert; Canada's CO2 pipeline; Project Better Place in Portugal; Pennsylvania promotes clean tech.