Ener1 creates European division on the heels of Volvo EV announcement

Volvo recently launched the C30 "battery electric vehicle" (BEV), an all-electric version of the company's hatchback model, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Like the plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) prototypes of its V70 station wagon announced in July, the C30 BEV will use battery packs from EnerDel (a su...

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