Amsterdam’s city council awards a contract to set up city-wide electric-vehicle charging facilities, with an initial 125 stations and the potential to expand to 750. Under the deal signed with Dutch energy-utility Essent, a wholly owned subsidiary of Germany’s RWE Effizienz, the first of the new charging points are to be installed in the year’s first half. Amsterdam claims to be one of Europe's trendsetters in the introduction of electric mobility and already has about 100 public charging ...
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