California Bay Area investment unlikely to make it a Better Place

Advocating electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure with standardized swappable battery systems, Better Place recently struck a deal with the cities of San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland to set up a $1 billion electric vehicle charging network which will be ready by 2012. This announcement comes on to...

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