By 2015, $144 million will be spent annually on cybersecurity tools for electric vehicles. Hacker attacks on electric vehicles couldn't just spoof credit card numbers or power a car for free—they could also potentially take down the grid.
The one car that can interact with the company's innovative battery change stations isn't even out yet. But Better Place is adding more markets as it strives to become a global electric vehicle infrastructure company.
After years of anticipation (and more than a few points when we thought the vehicle wouldn't make it into production), the extended-range electric Chevy Volt is finally hitting a car dealership near you.
The CEO of the electric vehicle services company Better Place has already made significant strides in Denmark, Israel, and Japan. He sits down with Fast Company to explain what it will take to make his vision work in the U.S.