UPDATE 1-GE, Nissan agree to research vehicle charging


* GE, Nissan team up to research 'smart' charging * Nissan's electric Leaf hatchback due late 2010 * Charging stations to ease strain on power grids DETROIT, April 26 (Reuters) - General Electric Co and Nissan Motor Co on Monday announced a three-year agreement to collectively research development of charging stations for electric vehicles. Nissan will debut the electric Leaf hatchback later this year in Japan, the United States and Europe. The Leaf's batteries will allow it to have ...

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