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Report – China could introduce $16 Billion EV-charging program


According to sources that have knowledge of the matter, the Chinese government aims to establish a fund that would provide up to 100 billion yuan ($16 billion) for the construction of new electric-vehicle charging facilities. The two people that talked to Bloomberg under condition of anonymity – they are not allowed to discuss matters that are still private – said the ...
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New smart to have EV and convertible variants
Last week, Daimler took another leap of faith, showcasing Smart’s brand new ForTwo and ForFour cars. The two–door variant will further be expanded with electric and convertible variants. The four-seat, four-door ...
South Korean Spirra Electric Sports Car going to Europe, will cost EUR200k
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Spark EV battery production relocated to the US
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China: Daimler and Byd show their electric vehicle
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Saab sees revival through electric cars and China sales
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The UK is not encouraging EV’s too much
Great Britain is lagging behind its own targets for spending to support electric car use, prompting calls for more to be done to keep pace with other countries. Just a third ...
Volkswagen searches for EV breakthrough
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2015 Ford Mustang not getting diesel, hybrid or EV versions – exclusive
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Report – Kia plans to launch the Soul EV in Europe as well
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