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Subject: Re: Movie: Revenge of the Electric Car Date: 11/25/2011 11:55 PM
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pauleckler: “Revenge of the Electric Car,” the documentary movie currently in theaters is an update of the electric car industry previously presented in “Who Killed the Electric Car,” which was reviewed here in 2006.

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Those interested in electric vehicles will find “Revenge of the Electric Car” informative. The story continues. Production volumes able to satisfy demand appear at least several years away. The key question, will ordinary consumers buy electrics, remains unanswered.

Thanks, Paul. Those interested in the electric car might also be interested in the formal investigation of Chevy Volt fire risk by NHTSA (

It also appears economic headwinds BEVs and PHEVs confront are pretty substantial. Some of the economic factors are addressed in
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