Report: 32.7 million electric cars by 2015
Unfortunately, we could only read the summary and the table of contents of the 452-page report (it's $3,400 to read the rest) but it does seem the authors have a pretty thorough knowledge of the players in the industry today and seem to base their optimism on increasing volumes of lower cost lithium ion batteries leveraging the implementation of higher performance nanotechnology-derived thin film lithium cells. They also see the electric vehicle as a way of storing energy from renewable sources and foresee the rise of package financing for cars and solar panels. Now, if you'll excuse us, our rose-colored glasses are getting misty.
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