Australia’s largest city plans to lead an international push to fast-track the uptake of electric vehicles to reduce emissions by establishing charging stations and converting car fleets. Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore says a specific goal will be deployment of the first public charging stations before the end of 2010. The city is looking at funding an initial demonstration station. Speaking from Copenhagen, site of a recent international summit on climate change, Moore says EVs are a ...

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