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Global and local OEM efforts on electrificatio

SHANGHAI – The world’s automakers understand the need to reduce fuel consumption. They must abide by government requirements to improve, but they want to do it profitably which means they need customers who want their products. The challenge for new energy vehicles that drive on electric power, according to senior

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The cost of hybridizatio

SHANGHAI - Government incentives are the traditional way to get new technology into the market, but making systems modular so they can be used by many automakers will also reduce the cost to final consumers, say two international suppliers. Type          % Fuel savings       Cost Micro         5-10                 $200-$1,000

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Highlights from speakers

Speakers at the 2009 Presidents' Forum made interesting comments on a variety of issues involving new energy vehicle development and the China market. -- Editor Standardization is important Standardization has a key role to play in the adoption of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. "We need to go for standards

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