When asked about his vision for mobility in Germany, Renjie Qian replies soberly: “More charging stations.” Even in new buildings, charging stations were often not included in the design, which is a real problem. Qian works as a Project Manager and Data Analyst at the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) in Duisburg, Germany. Ten years ago, he moved to Germany from his native China. He left the metropolis of Shanghai to study at a college in Linnich, a town with 13,000 residents in North Rhine-Westphalia.
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