October 29, 2007 7:57 AM PDT

Reimagining the automobile industry by selling the electricity

Former SAP executive Shai Agassi wants to reinvent the auto industry by building car battery-charging stations around the world.
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well at least someone
Is excited about building recharging stations...though these prices are at current levels with current demands. What is the price projections when demand increases? Will there be systems that handle a more on demand method where price for energy is cheaper when there is less demand on the grid?
Posted by chuchucuhi (233 comments )
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What kind of moron...
What kind of moron says, they are the iPhone and we are the AT&T????

10 poxes on your family, may you and your entire family burn for a million years.
Posted by rdupuy11 (908 comments )
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Reimagining.
Cool. Why not try this idea? The more ideas that are out there the more choices we have. Cool. Good luck!!
Posted by spothannah (145 comments )
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He has no chance
People who buy electric cars use them within the normal range of their cars. They may charge the batteries when possible away from their house, but it is not something most people will do. He is thinking of a major shift to electric only vehicles that will never happen in this country. For long trips, just tow a small generator to take over when the batteries are dead.
Posted by willdryden (271 comments )
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Who Wants to Be AT&T?
I'm just saying...
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