Malmo, Sweden, is abandoning an attempt to introduce more electrical vehicles into its fleet. The city’s EV initiative has been shut down, and Malmo officials say they will look to buy other low-emission, or “green,” vehicles instead of the EVs. A Malmo spokesman blames the move on the lack of commercially available EVs. Domestic car makers, Volvo Car and Saab Automobile, do not make EVs, and Malmo has had to rely on French-made models for its fleets. There are 50 EVs currently ...

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