Following the ongoing saga of Project Better Place‘s steady process of world domination, we can now add a new country to the list: Japan.
The news just in is that the Japanese Environment Ministry is inviting Better Place to take part in their feasibility project for building a network of charging stations in Japan. Better Place is the only foreign company that was invited to participate in the project, which will begin in January in the port city of Yokohama and last for three to six months.
Founder and chief executive of Better Place Shai Agassi commented, “Better Place is honored to participate in this groundbreaking program in a country with so much auto-manufacturing expertise and history.”
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