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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. 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 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.

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  5. 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 ...

  6. May 26, 2013 · Israeli electric car firm Better Place, which hoped to revolutionize driving habits in Israel and worldwide, officially filed for bankruptcy with the Central District Court on Sunday morning.

  7. Feb 23, 2010 · Better Place electric cars to debut in Israel. By Sara Sorcher February 23, 2010, 12:00 am. Israel will be the first country to install Better Place’s cutting edge network for electric cars, touted as affordable and attractive alternatives to combustion engine and hybrid vehicles. Israel is taking on one of the most pressing problems of our ...

  8. Dec 27, 2011 · Shai Agassi, CEO of Better Place, predicts that Israel will have over 100,000 electric vehicles in use by 2011. Although his forecast was not achieved in 2011, it is a realistic target. This will be 5 percent of the nation’s vehicle population. The number represents a significant step towards energy independence.

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