Would leasing batteries entice consumers to buy electric vehicles?

General Electric (GE) recently announced a new effort with Nissan to lease electric vehicle (EV) batteries. GE is already active in the EV market, with an investment in A123 Systems, its WattStation charging station product, and a metal halide battery plant in New York to target heavy electric locom...

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