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  GE moves aggressively into the Electric Cars space. There are alternatives to the Oil and we can survive the Peak Oil, which is already here. It is only the beginning, but this will spread very fast. GE has made the single largest order for the Electric Cars last year and is very active in charging space now.
  Public restrain from Nuclear means more and more Wind and Solar - it will moveRare Earths and Lithium markets further to the upside. Rare Earths are used in wind turbines and Lithium will be needed for Smart Grid storage solutions to integrate alternative power sources into the grid.
"Lithium Drive: Warren Buffett: "In not many years, you are going to see a clear change towards Electric Cars". Warren Buffett first pronounced in November 2009: "In 20 years, all cars on the road will be electric" Now we can hear his call on Electric Cars from the Master himself. He has invested in BYD - Chinese auto maker and Lithium battery company, which promise to bring its Electric Cars to U.S. BYD has made later investment in Lithium producer in China. We are in a very good company with our Lithium Dreamz.

  Warren Buffett: "We have an investment in battery powered Electric Cars. I think within not so many years you are going to see huge change to battery powered Electric Cars. 
But it is hard to see who will be the winner in all that. GM will probably try to compete with their electric car, the Volt." 

"Lithium Drive: GE buying Volts provides catalyst for Electric Cars mass market. Commercial fleets are very important to the early stage of adoption of electric cars, Bloomberg is picking up on the obvious leadership, which is so much needed from corporate interests in U.S. It is the matter of corporate economic survival now in the age of Inflation multiplied by Peak Oil. We expect that GE will be followed soon all over the world with commercial fleets rumping up productions of electric cars, automakers dropping the prices in volume based economic cycle and affording our mass market electric mobility revolution to take off.
"GE is up to its word and is ordering 25000 EVs - it is a huge endorsement from this powerful company for Electric Cars mass market. It is the first step and it is the most important one: commercial fleets are providing additional benefits to corporate owners - Eco friendly branding will the obvious one. GE is heavily involved in Electric Cars value chain already and choice to buy GM Volts should not surprise anyone - GE is holding a stake in A123 and A123 supplies batteries to GMVolt.
  Now President Obama's target of 1 million Electric Cars on the roads by 2015 could be seen as a very modest one - we need just 40 other corporation like GE to fulfil his dream. Among interested parties are FedeEx, UPS, US Post, Avis, Herts and others."

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