* Funding needed to rollout infrastructure * Running costs lower, no chemical, metal constraints LONDON, May 25 (Reuters) - Pure and hybrid electric cars may grab five to 10 percent of a European autos market by 2020 if governments help overcome cost hurdles, said the authors of an engineering academy report published on Tuesday. Limits included infrastructure costs of about 5,000 pounds ($7,152) per roadside charge spot, plus costly lithium batteries with a limited range of about 100 ...
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