EVs: Companies call for binding targets for charging infrastructure

In an open letter, major car manufacturers and companies from other sectors have called on the EU to set national targets for the charging infrastructure for electric cars. Under an EU Commission proposal, only zero-emission new cars would be allowed to be registered across the EU from 2035. “EU policymakers must also set binding national targets for seamless electric charging infrastructure to meet the growing demand for electric vehicles,” said Stuart Rowley, head of Ford Europe.

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