Better Place Signs With New Company to Manage, Expand Electric Car Recharging Network

Will do business now as DRiiVZ-Better Place, adding name of company pledged to manage, expand its electric car recharging network.

Tzachi Merkur, who acquired the electric car infrastructure company Better Place in August, announced Tuesday that he would be expanding his network of charging stations in Israel, and from now on will do business as DRiiVZ-Better Place. DRiiVZ is the name of the company Merkur has hired to manage the network of stations as well as to provide customer service and billing for Better Place.