BORNHOLM, Denmark – A 3-hour ferry ride from Copenhagen gets you to the small Danish island of Bornholm, which rests in the Baltic Sea just south of Sweden. An idyllic holiday spot, its appearance belies its place as a crucible for testing electric-vehicle refueling systems. Faced with a wilting economy, Bornholm’s regional municipal council moved to attract eco-friendly investment four years ago – leading it to offer its services as a social microcosm for testing EVs. It now is a ...
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