January 7, 2013

Natural Gas Battles With EVs in GE Auto Fleet

Tim Catts, Bloomberg


ExTech

General Electric Co. (GE)’s commitment to buy 25,000 electric autos, promoted as the largest ever when it was announced more than two years ago, is taking a detour. The obstacle: Customers of GE’s corporate fleet-services unit wanted more options, said Deb Frodl, the division’s chief strategy officer. . .

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