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Published on January 26th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

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EV Battery Prices Dropping

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January 26th, 2012 by Zachary Shahan
 
EV battery prices are projected to drop tremendously by 2015. More info from sister site Gas2′s Andrew Meggison:

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  • Electric38

    Dr. Chu keeps pushing the time frame for a clean environment farther and farther out. Not too long ago he was saying how impossible this was (low cost battery development).
    He appears to be doing all he can to give the current pollution oriented companies time to sell their goods before new technologies appear.
    We’ve seen this same scenario occur in the electrical industry with light bulbs. Even though fluorescent and LED lights save lots of energy, time was given to get the incandescent bulbs off the shelves by keeping prices artificially high.

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