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Analysis: 5 things to come for electric vehicles

January 3, 2011 No Comments

One of the true benefits of the past two weeks is that I have not received my usual 50 or so e-mails in my three different e-mail accounts, which means that I have had time to do some reading and recalibrating of the themes for my 2011 coverage. I’ve already blabbed on about my hopes for the solar industry. While I was on the PikeResearch site last week, I also came across two great research reports that I’ll dissect today and tomorrow. The first is their predictions for the commercial viability of electric vehicle market in 2011.

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