Chinese utilities outline their future EV business model

In attending last week's 2nd Green Fuels & Vehicles China 2011, we heard firsthand how the powerful grid operators in China are not only planning for EV deployment, but actively selecting the partners and business models they intend to deploy.

Two exclusive national power grid operators in China, ...

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