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Better Place was a venture-backed international company that developed and sold battery-charging and battery-switching services for electric cars. It was formally based in Palo Alto, California, but the bulk of its planning and operations were steered from Israel, where both its founder Shai Agassi and its chief investors resided.
Australia, Ontario, Oregon, and California also announced deployment of Better Place electric car networks. In January 2008, Better Place announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Renault-Nissan to build the world's first Electric Recharge Grid Operator (ERGO) model for Israel. Under the agreement, Better Place would build the electric recharge grid, and Renault-Nissan would provide the electric vehicles. Bankruptcy
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Mar 05, 2013 · Renault-Nissan agreed to manufacture 100,000 electric cars, tailored to Better Place specifications.
Aug 25, 2017 · Israeli-American entrepreneur, Shai Agassi, founder of "Better Place", a project developing electric ... [+] vehicles and a network of charging points, poses for a picture next to an electric car...
HONOLULU (Dec 02, 2008) — Today, Governor Linda Lingle and Shai Agassi, Founder and CEO of Better Place unveiled a plan to bring an electric-car network to Hawai‘i, creating a model for the adoption of electric cars in the U.S. The move – only the second of its kind announced in the nation – will help fuel Hawai‘i’s drive to lead the nation in renewable energy use, create jobs locally, while also helping to secure our energy future.
Aug 31, 2017 · That was the aim of one of Israel’s most inspirational startups, Better Place, which set out to build a nationwide infrastructure to support 100-percent electric cars. While Better Place went ...