Solutions: Electric Car to Make Euro Debut in 2009

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The Norwegian makers of the Think electric car have announced their intention to go into production next year with a $25,000, 95% recyclable, fully electric car. (Nice!)

It’s interesting to note that the faltering Ford Motor Company, North America’s leading maker of “light” trucks, sold Think to private investors in 2004. (Clever!?)

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