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Thread: A bold plan for the mass introduction of electric cars

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    A bold plan for the mass introduction of electric cars

    A bold plan for the mass introduction of electric cars

    Forget the hybrid car - Shai Agassi says that electric cars have to go otherwise we can forget the reduction of emissions. His company, Better Place, has a radical plan to complete oil-free countries for 2020.

    Shai Aggassi want you behind the wheel of an electric car, but he does not want you to sacrifice comfort or money.

    When horrific climate change scenarios only to ensure that governments and parties with deep-rooted interests to discuss, there is a painful gap between talk and effective actions. Meet Shai Agassi who wants to bridge this gap. His approach to solving the puzzle of the electric car was ever a revolution in the automotive industry can provide.

    Shai Agassi's presents bold plan for the mass introduction of electric cars (English)

    To view video click link below:

    Shai Agassi's bold plan for electric cars | Video on TED.com
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