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Russia: Charging Stations Set to Serve Scarce Electric Cars

Mitsubishi’s i-MiEV is currently the only electric car sold in Russia, and ROLF Import says it hopes to have the car available at 80 percent of its dealerships across the country by year’s end.
Twenty-eight charging stations for electric cars are nearing completion in Moscow, although there are only about 100 electric cars throughout the entire country.

The stations are part of the experimental MOESK-EV project by state-owned Moscow Grid Company MOESK, Revolta, CirControl, and ROLF Import, Mitsubishi’s Russian distributor.

The stations will charge cars for free until October, project director Denis Tsypulev told Vedomosti. MOESK earlier put the cost of each station at about $30,000 to $40,000.
The Moscow Times


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