Better Place extends global presence with GE and Chery Automobile partnerships

Better Place recently made two high-profile deals that extend the global reach of their electric vehicle (EV) network. GE will integrate its car–charging station, dubbed the WattStation, with Better Place's network of charging stations. Additionally, GE will assist with the purchase of 10,000 EV bat...

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