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America's RV capitol rebounds but number of Think EV workers drops to just two

Remember when the U.S. capital of RV production, Elkhart, IN was going to escape the doldrums that the decline of the motor home industry brought on by shifting over to building electric cars? Not so fast. As NPR reports, rising demand for RVs has helped boost employment in Elkhart, IN, while the number of workers at the factory building Think electric vehicles has dwindled to just two.

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Ener1 plans to emerge from bankruptcy in March with $86 million equity infusion

Lithium-ion battery maker Ener1, which filed for bankruptcy in late January, plans to emerge from its Chapter 11 status by mid-March with the help of $86 million in new equity and debt-holder agreements to restructure their debt on the company.

Think may be bankrupt, but cars are still available

If you were smitten by the little electric Think City and thought the company's recent bankruptcy put the kibosh on your chances of ever owning one of the plastic-paneled car, then *ahem, think again. It seems there are still some of the city runabouts to be had if you look in the right place.

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Ener1 files for bankruptcy, agrees to restructure $81 million in debt *UPDATE

Ener1, a maker of lithium-ion batteries for electric-drive vehicles and a major investor in now-bankrupt electric-vehicle maker Think, has gone bankrupt itself.

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Richard Canny joins XL Hybrids board of directors

The former CEO of Think Global has moved over to XL Hybrids. Richard Canny, who sometimes writes for AutoblogGreen, joined the XL Hybrids board of directors this past week and said in a statement that he is ready to promote the company's aftermarket hybrid powertrain system that is supposed to improve fuel efficiency by up to 20 percent. Canny said in a statement that, "XL Hybrids has a unique and proprietary technology system that

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Ener1 to be booted from NASDAQ stock exchange

Looks like things that were bad with Ener1 (and the Think City electric car) are about to go to worse. After a string of bad news (see here, here, Sebastian Blanco

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Battery maker EnerDel under fire over Think claims

When electric vehicle maker Think filed for bankruptcy last spring, it owed millions of dollars to EnerDel subsidiary Ener1. Ener1 was also a major investor in Think and a lot of the company's worth was tied up with the Norwegian EV maker. Any way you slice it, Think's failure put Ener1 in a bind. They were unable to collect on their debts, and their investments were suddenly worthless. Just recently, En

Are Ener1, AC Propulsion shake-ups signs that demand for li-ion batteries is low?

For years, CEO Charles Gassenheimer was the friendly, public face of battery maker Ener1, speaking with AutoblogGreen many times over the years about his company's work with Think and Volvo and others. The company's history was long fraught with difficulty because of the way it was tied to Think and its Sebastian Blanco

Executive shake-up underway at Ener1 as CEO resigns

The bankruptcy of Think Global is dragging Ener1 down even more, so an executive shake-up, it seems, is in order.

Think Global bankruptcy drags Ener1 down

Ener1, a pioneer of lithium-ion batteries for plug-in vehicles, has warned that it might not have sufficient funds to remain operational as a result of losses from its investment in Think Global, a Norwegian automaker that Eric Loveday

Official: Think Global purchased by Electric Mobility Solutions AS

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Review: 2011 Think City

Bankruptcy Brings This EV's Range To Zero

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2011 Think City

Bankruptcy Brings This EV's Range To Zero

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