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Charging infrastructure for EVs grows at record pace

Germany often discusses the chicken and egg situation when it comes to electromobility. What is needed first: charging points or EVs? Without a charging infrastructure, EVs make little sense. But for charging stations to operate profitably, there needs to be a sufficiently high demand – in other words, a corresponding number of EVs. China is brushing aside such concerns with a dual strategy: The People’s Republic is investing in the expansion of e-mobility and new charging stations simultaneously.

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