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EU to impose minimum number of EV charging points to member states


The European Union believes the lack of fuelling stations for electric cars and their high price tags are the causes of their disappointing sales. This is why EU transport commissioner Siim Kallas said that member states must take the initiative to build the stations to help open the market, cut CO2 emissions and reduce dependency on oil. "We need to set targets ...
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Europe: EU to ban cars from cities by 2050
Europe's cities could be free of petrol- and diesel-fueled cars by 2050, under "very radical, very ambitious" targets set out by the European Commission yesterday. European Commission, the executive body of ...

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