The Thai Industry Ministry is preparing a plan that will see the first all- electric vehicles on the country’s roads before 2015. The Bangkok Post newspaper quotes unnamed high-level sources as saying the roadmap for a zero-emissions vehicle already has been drawn up and the ministry has held exploratory talks with some auto makers. But the sticking point for EVs to become commercially viable lies in who will bear the investment cost for the required public infrastructure, including ...
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