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  • n. Plural form of e-car.


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  • So yes we will see some e-cars but how many, how fast?

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  • On the other side people are expected to buy e-cars that are much more expensive and will get more expensive because of expensive oil, less practicable, and don't exist yet in sizable numbers.

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  • Bloomberg News CEO Rodney O'Neal says internal combustion engines still have a future despite the emergence of e-cars.

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  • There may be a some e-cars next year, but the numbers will be small and the problems will become handicaps, including low range, recharging (both the time needed and the dearth of sites), plus problems setting up home recharging posts -- everything must be approved by your local building inspector.

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  • Looking at the explosive growth in the demand for electricity, especially if we begin taking e-cars into account, it is easy to see why the new German and Swedish owners of the generators and other production facilities were so keen to buy those assets.

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  • I agree that e-cars are much more of a viable option.

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  • Nice cart – still not sure if these e-cars are really more energy and enviro. efficient than combustion engines (in total – including production and so on). b.t.w. who is blondy? and why has she no techcrunch videoblog? reply

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  • But in future years, GE was fully committed to buying e-cars from Nissan, Ford, Tesla, whomever -- just as soon "as manufacturers expand their EV portfolios."

  • Earlier this month, the good folks at GM and Nissan -- the two companies that have been quickest out of the gate with mass-produced e-cars -- revealed the 2011 sales figures for their Volt and Leaf, respectively.

  • Daimler went a step further, concluding a 50-50 joint venture with Bosch, the giant components supplier, to develop, produce and sell electric motors for a new generation of e-cars.

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