26 Jan '12, 1pm

Skoda could launch all-electric Citigo in 2014

What are you talking about? The Up electric is coming along in due course. It is perfectly obvious that this whole floor plan was designed for the easy installation of batteries. Although VW has been more cautious than many on electrification, there is absolutely no reason to think that in their own somewhat reserved way they don't see that that is where the car industry is going, although they think that they can fend it off as a major factor in the market for some years. The fantastic price of electricity in Germany at $0.30kwh must be borne in mind, due to their infatuation with vastly expensive and ineffectual renewables. For the solar subsidy alone: 'The RWI also expects the green energy surcharge on electricity bills to go up again soon. It is currently 3.59 cents per kilowatt hour of electricity, a number the German government had actually pledged to cap at 3.5 cent...

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paultan.org 31 Jan '12, 7am

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