General Motors and General Electric will collaborate on electric-vehicle recharging infrastructure in China, with GE buying an unspecified number of Chevrolet Volts for developmental work at its laboratories in Shanghai. The companies will install GE WattStation and Durastation charging systems in their headquarters areas and in an EV demonstration zone in Shanghai. Shanghai has been designated as China’s first EV pilot city by the Chinese government. A memorandum of understanding was ...

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