GE announces plan to buy 25,000 EVs by 2015

General Electric (GE) made a pledge to purchase 25,000 electric vehicles (EVs) by 2015, including 12,000 from General Motors (GM) over the next five years. Next year, GE will kick off the initiative by purchasing Chevy Volts powered by battery packs from LG Chem subsidiary Compact Power. GE plans fo...

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