The rise of micro-hybrids will damage, but not destroy, the market for grid-connected vehicles

In our upcoming State of the Market Report, "Micro-Hybrids: On the Road to Hybrid Vehicle Dominance," we take an in-depth look at the micro-hybrid market and the storage technologies that enable these vehicles. One takeaway from our analysis is that micro-hybrids will prolong the weakness of the Eur...

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