Time for EU to Set National Targets for EV Chargers

In a common letter, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), Transport & Environment (T&E) and the European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) asked the EU climate, transport, industry and energy commissioners to use this year’s revision of the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure law to require 1 million public charging points across the bloc in 2024, and 3 million in 2029.

Eoin Bannon


Featured Image by Tesla Shuttle and CleanTechnica

Originally published on Transport & Environment.

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