/R E P E A T -- Video B-Roll Available Via CNW - Better Place Partners with Ontario to Bring 'Car 2.0' Electric Car Infrastructure to Canada/

    TORONTO, Jan. 15 /CNW/ - The following video is available by satellite or
by CNW's Broadcast On-Demand web download:

    STORY SUMMARY: At a news conference today, Premier Dalton McGuinty and
Shai Agassi, CEO of Better Place, the world's leading mobility operator,
announced a partnership to help bring an electric car network to Ontario and
create a model for the adoption of electric cars in Canada.
    Better Place will establish its Canadian head office in Ontario, and
build an electric vehicle demonstration and education centre in Toronto to lay
the groundwork to help get electric vehicles running on Ontario roads.
    The province has committed to conducting a comprehensive study, which
will look at ways to speed up the introduction and adoption of electric
vehicles. The study is scheduled for release in May 2009. At the same time,
Better Place will be developing an electric car charging network plan and


    -  Electric car driving
    -  Shai Agassi, President and CEO Better Place
    -  Battery Exchange Station Animation


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    TIME OF FEED:       1:00 p.m. ET
    DATE OF FEED:       January 15, 2009
    CO-ORDINATES:       Anik F2 C
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    TIME OF POSTING:    10:45 a.m. ET
    DATE OF POSTING:    January 15, 2009

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