» Asia marks the first wave of e-mobility rollout

At present, the very high price of electric vehicles (EV) and a lack in a nationwide infrastructure of charging stations are responsible for a subdued demand of the end consumer. The national and international regulatory frameworks, which increasingly offer incentives and impose obligations and by this determine the development of the domestic markets for EVs, are becoming the most important driving forces. Continue reading

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