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ChargePoint gets $125 million funding, will manage GE's electric-car charging network (update)

ChargePoint gets $125 million funding, will manage GE's electric-car charging network (update)

It's been a big week for the ChargePoint electric-car charging network. On June 27, it announced it would take over management and operation of General Electric's charging network of 1,800 commercial and roughly 8,000 residential charging sites, made up of its DuraStations and WattStations. Then... read more

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2011 Chevrolet Volt test drive, Michigan, October 2010

GE Buying 25K EVs--Starting with the 2011 Chevrolet Volt

GM is set to deliver its 2011 Chevrolet Volt to its first batch of owners, but it's just booked a big order sure to keep the extended-range electric car in short supply for... read more November 11, 2010 by 7


 
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GE CEO Announces Intent To Order ‘Tens of Thousands’ of Electric Vehicles

If you are still on the fence about electric vehicle technology, then you should probably check out our recent article on electric car rivalry published earlier today. You... read more October 29, 2010 by 0


 
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GE's 'Largest Order in History' To Boost Electric-Car Market

General Electric, the conglomerate that produces everything from power-plant turbines to television shows, wants to jumpstart the electric-vehicle market. To do that, said... read more October 29, 2010 by 5


 
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General Electric Unveils EV Charger, $200M Smart Grid Tech Contest

General Electric stepped up its game in the smart grid industry today, launching both a charging device for electric vehicles and a $200 million contest calling for projects... read more July 14, 2010 by 1


 

 
 

 
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