Fifty representatives from Europe’s electric utiltiies and energy industry associations have approached the European Commission with a commitment to create of a continental-wide standardized recharging system for electric vehicles. European Union transport Commissioner Antonio Tajani, who is charged with removing barriers to business among EU member countries, says he is pleased with the consortium’s scheme, made without the urging of European legislation. “I applaud the initiative the ...
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