Electric black cab project makes progress

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Londoners could be hailing the first battery-powered black cabs in early 2009

Plans to launch a fleet of electric black cabs in London are gathering pace with further meetings between UK officials and the co-owners of the company that makes the capital's iconic taxis. According...

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