Would you cough up $20,000 to convert your Prius to a plug-in hybrid vehicle?

Last week, Valence Technology announced that it plans to ship an additional 600 custom modules of its Saphion energy storage systems to OEMtek by the end of February, for conversion of Toyota Prius hybrids into plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). The 300 modules that it had previously supplied...

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