SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - General Electric is partnering with Silicon Valley electric car infrastructure company Better Place on technology development and financing of car batteries, the U.S. conglomerate said on Wednesday. GE, which recently unveiled an electric vehicle charger called WattStation, is planning to make the product compatible with Better Place's service network. Better Place is aiming to build a global network of charging stations, starting in Israel and Denmark, ...
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