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European Commission Removes Minimum Charging Station Targets From 2020 Proposal

European Commission Removes Minimum Charging Station Targets From 2020 Proposal

8 hours ago by Mark Kane 7Comments
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Over a year ago, we reported that the European Commission wanted to require member states to build a minimum number of charging points (and stations for other alternative fuels like LNG and CNG) by 2020.

Now, it seems that those targets for MEPs and member have been removed from the Commission’s proposal, meaning that there will not be any target for infrastructure in the European Union in the short-term. Some countries will build some infrastructure, while others will not.

But don’t worry. The European Union is well known for quick action and, as soon as 2017, this issue will be revisited again.
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