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Toyota, Denyo develop fuel-cell power-supply vehicle

16th October 2020 BY: IRMA VENTER 
CREAMER MEDIA SENIOR DEPUTY EDITOR

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Business Report 1 July 2012. Optimal Energy chief executive Kobus Meiring is a disappointed man. The company is the developer of South Africa’s electric car but it officially closed on Friday with the loss of about 60 jobs. This follows its failure to get further funding from the government and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)... http://www.iol.co.za/business/business-news/why-sa-s-electric-car-is-not-going-anywhere-1.1331580#.T_E37xcjGq8

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