PARIS – Two leaders pushing for an electric-car revolution – the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Shah Agassi’s Project Better Place infrastructure company – are continuing to expand their networks of partnerships, and Agassi believes the Detroit auto makers could become leading players in the movement away from oil. What began in January as a partnership between Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., Project Better Place and Israel to begin electric-car sales in 2011 now has expanded throughout ...

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