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Not what are you trying to say here. market seems to be a dead end some major development in for the batteries. Numbers are horrible and is meeting their goals.

I Zythryn answered this. definitely are not dead, they had a bad month. The prius phv, S, Ford c-max and fusion only short years and sell much better in 2012.

The leaf and volt should do better in 2013 2012. After tripling in last year, plug-ins in the US experience strong growth. The aren’t being met, were set too high.

That doesn’t mean the is not rapidly growing. Instead of goal of 2015 for a million it looks like 2017. I think many thought was ever realistic.

Hybrid share just grew 61% and continue to go up as hybrid power end up being offered with car. It is good for plugins

I expect some good for non-plug-in hybrids as well, but its to be slower than in 2012. was coming off a bad year and 2013 was off a very good one. The two hybrid hits were the c and redesigned camry both most of the year. The c-max, fusion hybrid, and others weren’t available should sales, but they won’t nearly the impact of those cars.

A big percentage might choose the hybrid over the Avalon but are not likely to give a boost the redesigned camry hybrid because of the number of sales in the

As to the hydrogen, it has a lot of problems which like Toyota say are going to be by 2015. If that happens, they will easily go EVs with current batteries. If it then there wont be cars on sale, period.

Well Toyota in the article I posted in fuel cell said something like in the 2020s or 2030s. Toyota has said they are going to a fuel cell vehicle in at $50K. They have not even the smallest challenges been solved.

They only said price is of an issue. With a leaf California and federal rebates for less than $20K its to see how pricing is more of a problem for than fuel cells.

NOw you are a strange thing about Toyota has had more press about battery price as has Tesla, Nissan, and GM. That should happen much there is a hydrogen fueling

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As to the grant money, US invested into EV batteries and what Money thrown into the companies in chapter 11.

I never was for the grants, but your numbers are way The bankrupt battery makers about $500M. Nissan, LG Tesla, and Ford are not in chapter 11.

In it seems that plenty of will build basic of hydrogen stations by 2015. will happen in California and few states. Good thing hydrogen is that they need that many.

In UK, they announced building 65 (by 2015) to cover major of the country and 3 minute/300 miles

See you in 2015. 65 stations is nothing for a in infrastructure. Austin has 2 hydrogen and over 200 public charging You can charge at home with How long does the prius phv or need to refuel with

How many stations are in England?

your reasonable prices for cells are much more than the too expensive prices for Use your words. Is $50K for a fuel cell, but the prices for expensive?

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