Used Better Place EVs sold at steep discount in Israel
Better Place burned through about $850 million in five years before going out of business in May, and some Israeli and Danish customers have said the implosion has set back EV-adoption efforts far enough to more than offset any good that the company may have done. Israel's Yosef Abramowitz (aka solar advocate "Captain Sunshine") and EV Net Group were both said to be buying Better Place earlier this year before those deals fell through.
By the way, Carasso and Renault are going to be selling the unused vehicles earmarked for the Better Place network. But about half of those have taken on rust after being stored a little too close to the Mediterranean Sea. Ugh.
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