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Dutch gas station owners sue EV charging providers over what defines ‘fuel’

It’s not all peaceful windmills and gorgeous tulips in the Netherlands. There’s fighting on the plug-in vehicle front. Dutch gas-station owners are taking a less-then beatific-attitude to the country’s recent agreement to expand its network of electric-vehicle charging stations. In short, they’re suing.

Owners of 26 gas stations are taking the Dutch government to court, saying that the more than 200 charging stations earmarked for the country’s highways qualify as “refueling” centers, the Netherlands’ NOS reports. As a result, those stations, which get government incentives and may be able to open shops, represent what the gas-station owners say is unfair competition, especially if they pull business from existing stations.


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