VIENNA – Automobiles Peugeot is linking up with Czech Republic’s biggest electricity utility, CEZ a.s., in a pilot project to promote electric vehicles. According to the agreement between Peugeot’s Czech distributor, Peugeot Ceska republika s.r.o., and CEZ, the French auto maker will supply 10 Peugeot iOn electric cars to the utility in 2011 and 55 additional EVs in 2012. The cars will be leased for three years. “It is the first agreement about the leasing of (Peugeot) electric cars to ...

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