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The Move About car sharing program in Oslo, Norway is growing at at steady clip. Launched in late 2008, the program provides drivers with access to electric vehicles (EVs) for short jaunts around town. Move About's members, which hit 1,000 strong just days ago, share 80 battery-powered vehicles, of which 79 are Think City electrics, a highway-capable EV (well, it can hit 68 miles per hour) that offers up to 100 miles of range per charge.
With all those difficult times behind it, you might think that the people at Think are finally ready to just sit back and let the sales roll in. Nope. Think announced today that there has been an orderly change of top leadership, with now-former CEO Richard Canny being replaced with former Ford of Canada (and Brazil) CEO Barry Engle. Canny will shift his focus from running the entire company to working on promoting sales of the all-electric city car in the U.S., something that starts later this
A few weeks ago, Th!nk discussed plans to enter the U.S. market with the City electric car sometime next year. If you're one of the people who thinks this is a good idea, then the Electric Air social network would like to get to know you. Electric Aid, which is not officially connected to Think in the U.S. or in Norway, has set up a registration page where they hope to collect names for an "interest list" called "Get Me A Th!nk" that will be delivered to Think at a later date. The Chevy Volt has
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