Chinese leaders are moving boldly to embrace the electric vehicle as a successor to the conventional internal-combustion engine. Their objective is to lower the air pollution choking Chinese cities and decrease the country’s consumption of oil as quickly and effectively as possible. Their urgency is understandable. In Beijing, for example, estimates indicate transportation accounts for more than 70% of carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon emissions. And by 2020, China’s oil consumption is ...
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