PARIS – A year from now, the city of Paris expects to have the first of 3,000 electric vehicles on its streets that will be used for short-distance rentals in and around the French capital. The winning bidder for the city’s Autolib project will be chosen in December to not only build the necessary infrastructure but also operate the program. Each potential operator is working with a separate auto maker, so such a bulk order, coupled with increased visibility as the cars hit the streets ...
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