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AddAt Witz' End - The Business of Plugging In, Take 2

2011 Chevy Volt - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddAt Witz' End: Notes from "The Business of Plugging In"

Bright IDEA PHEV at the Business of Plugging In conference - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddPEV 2009: David Cole explains why adding plugs to cars is anything but simple

David Cole is the chairman of the Center For Automotive Research. As such, he is deeply connected to the industry and played a big role in organizing the Business of Plugging In expo in Detroit last week. We've talked with Cole in the past, and caught up with him at the expo to hear what the Michigan-centric conference can tell us about the future of plug-in vehicles in the mitten state.

AddPEV 2009: Henrik Fisker explains how his company will be profitable, plans for 2010

With his company about to announce its first U.S. plant in Delaware, CEO Henrik Fisker was in high spirits and high demand at last week's Business of Plugging In conference in Detroit. We were able to pull the busy man aside for a few minutes to ask for more information on how his company plans to make money – will they really find 5,000+ people willing to pay $89,000 for the Karma plug-in hybrid? – and how the unusual development path that the Karma has been on has been good for the

AddQuick Spin: Myers Motors NmG - redefining fast and small for the future

Meyers Motors NmG - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddQuick Spin: GGT Cozmo NEV - rickety things come in pricey packages

GGT Cozma - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddWebchat with Tony Posawatz and Felix Kramer, 3:30pm EST today

Readers of this site are probably quite familiar with the names of Felix Kramer and Tony Posawatz. Kramer is the founder of the California Cars Institute (CalCars) and major proponent of plug-in vehicles. Posawatz is the vehicle line director for the Chevrolet Volt and has been part of the team since almost day one. Both Kramer and Posawatz will be speaking at the Business of Plugging In conference in Detroit next week. They will be part of a panel on Wednesday October 21 titled "The Consumer: W

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