Consumer interest in EVs cooling

Pike Research, a cleantech-focused market research firm, released a report last week suggesting that consumers’ interest in plug-in/hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) has declined over the past two years, during the time when many of the world’s automobile manufacturers have been gearing up to offer PHEV models. Pike found that 40% of consumers in their study were “extremely” or “very” interested in purchasing a PHEV, down from 44% in 2011 and 48% in 2010. Respondents cited cost, concerns about

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