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By Timothy Hurst on February 25, 2011
Global sales of electric car charging stations was just $69 million in 2010, but analysts predict the EV charging industry to swell to $1.1 billion by 2013 — and Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, wants a piece of the action.
By Timothy Hurst on June 1, 2010
A new report estimates that over the next five years, some five million new EV charge points will be installed worldwide.
By Timothy Hurst on January 12, 2010
Arizona-based car-charging start-up, ECOtality, has announced its expansion into Australia with its wholly-owned subsidiary, ECOtality Australia.
By Timothy Hurst on October 19, 2009
Thanks to a $100 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to embark on the project, the EV Project will be the first combination vehicle/charge-network roll-out in North America.