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November 30th, 2007
Newsletter Watch: Altair Technologies, Inc.
According to Wolfe, if the electric car industry has been stalling over the years, it's primarily because of batteries. Either they're not efficient enough, not light enough, not cost-effective enough or they literally explode from time to time, Wolfe says. Nanotech companies, though, are starting to change all that by developing next-generation batteries, he says, to finally get electric cars on the road.
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