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  1. Israel was the first nation in the world to partner with Better Place to build an electric car infrastructure. Shai Agassi, former Better Place CEO, claimed that by 2016, plus or minus a year, more than 50% of cars sold in Israel would be electric. Battery switch stations were supposedly opening to customers almost weekly in 2012.

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  2. Better Place (company) - Wikipedia

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    Israel was the first nation in the world to partner with Better Place to build an electric car infrastructure. Shai Agassi, former Better Place CEO, claimed that by 2016, plus or minus a year, more than 50% of cars sold in Israel would be electric. Battery switch stations were supposedly opening to customers almost weekly in 2012.

  3. Better Place - Israellycool

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    Better Place in Israel makes owning an electric car completely comparable with owning a petrol car because of one feature that exists nowhere else in the world: rapid battery switch stations. Drive in with a depleted battery, drive out with a full one in under 5 minutes.

  4. Better Place's Electric Cars Hit the Roads - Israel National News

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    Jan 23, 2012 · In 2010, Israel’s Ministry of Transportation gave Better Place a permit to import 13 Renault Fluence electric cars for testing. Israel has long been committed to electric cars, and has expressed ...

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  6. What happened to Better Place's electric dreams? - The ...

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    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 ...

  7. Better Place: what went wrong for the electric car startup ...

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    Mar 05, 2013 · Better Place, which staked out its position in the electric car market with an innovative battery-swapping technology, has sold only about 750 cars in Israel, while piling up losses of more than ...

  8. One Way Better Place Wins In Israel ... - Green Car Reports

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    Jul 02, 2012 · 2012 Renault Fluence ZE electric car, powered by Better Place in Israel [photo: Brian of London] After five weeks driving a Better Place electric car in Israel, I'm gaining a deeper insight into ...

  9. Apr 07, 2014 · These runaway expenses meant that Better Place would have to quickly sell as many as 30,000 cars in Israel just to break even. But by November 2012, the company had sold just 500 cars there.

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  10. How Better Place's Electric Car Vision for Israel Went Off ...

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    Nov 09, 2012 · Better Place, an ambitious electric car enterprise, pinned its hopes on Israel—but the smart car revolution imagined there has fallen flat. Shai Agassi, Better Place founder and chief executive, throws an ignition card over an electric car during the inauguration of a new vehicle demonstration center in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv Feb. 7 ...

  11. What's The Real Cost of a Better Place Electric Car in Israel?

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    I paid $32,300 (₪126,000, in Israeli shekels) for my car (the better-equipped "Dynamic" model), including the first year's road tax and a code-based security device mandated by insurance ...

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