Ener1 leads $47 million funding round for EV maker Think Global, bringing it out of bankruptcy protection

The electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Think Global ran into significant problems earlier this year and filed for bankruptcy protection in Norway. On August 27, 2009 Ener1 announced that it would lead a group of investors in providing $47 million in new equity financing to Think – joined by Investin...

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