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Jul 16 2013, 14:58 | by Craig Adeyanju | about:CCGI.OB
Against all odds, the EV space is beginning to gain real traction, good news for EV investors and planet earth. I said that with respect to the impressive sales report of EVs for the month of June as issued by EV makers (except Tesla). General Motors’ (GM) Chevy Volt (a hybrid) had the highest sales for the month. 2,698 Chevy Volts were sold in June, which is a 53% percent increase compared to sales in June 2012. For the first half of the year, Volt sales were up 12% compared to the first half of last year. Nissan sold 2,225 LEAF autos in June, which represents a 315% increase compared to the sales of Nissan LEAF in June 2012.

The increasing adoption of EVs means that the charging infrastructure space is also beginning to see real traction. More than ever, investors are considering investing in this industry. It is, therefore, essential to have sufficient knowledge of the industry and the players. So in this article we’ll go in-depth to compare two players in the EV infrastructure space – ECOtality Inc (ECTY) and Car Charging Group Inc (CCGI.OB). There are, obviously, other EV infrastructure companies, but we’re focusing on these two companies because they’re the leading public EV infrastructure companies.



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