Heavyweights move into electric vehicle charging stations, signaling bad news for the startups

General Electric (GE) and Toyota recently threw their hats into the networked electric vehicle charging ring. GE introduced its networked "level 2" (208-240 volts) charger, dubbed the WattStation (commercially available globally in 2011), claiming that it is capable of charging a 24 kWh all-electric...

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