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    Tesla Eyes Rapid Chinese EV Charging Infrastructure Ramp-Up  

    Tesla founder Elon Musk says rapid development of a charging network in China will accommodate what could be the EV maker's biggest global market in 2015....More
  • Apr 15, 2014
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    Taiwanese Market: Car Vs. Scooter

    The Taiwanese government is pushing scooters with cleaner-burning engines that sell for as little as NT$50,000 ($1,659), and a small number of electric scooters can be had for similar money after government subsidies are factored in....More
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    Austrian Investor Planning EV Battery-Production Facility  

    Michael Tojner, whose Montana Tech Components group already is working with Volkswagen on EV-battery development, hopes to build a production facility and says talks with German automakers are under way....More
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    GM Reportedly Investing $450 Million in Two Michigan Plants  

    The automaker is withholding immediate comment on a Detroit News report that it will divide a $450 million investment between its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and battery-assembly facility in Brownstown Township, MI....More
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    Feds Revising Advanced-Vehicle Loan Program  

    The Department of Energy says it is clarifying applicant eligibility, improving communication and expediting its review process in its effort to revive a program offering more than $16 billion in funding....More
  • Apr 1, 2014
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    Who Does Tesla Want to Buy? 1

    Analysts now define Tesla as a technology company, not an automaker. As a result, the company’s market capitalization is more than $30 billion....More
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    UPDATE 2-Hyundai Motor to launch first battery-powered electric car in 2016  

    (Recasts, adds U.S. zero-emission rule) * Fuel-cell focused Hyundai answers calls for more zero-emission cars * Battery focused Kia likely to sell fuel-cell car in the future * Kia aims to sell 5,000 Soul EVs globally this year By Hyunjoo Jin...More
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