National strategic framework for expanding infrastructure for alternative fuels
Germany plans nationwide investments in infrastructure for vehicles powered by electricity, natural gas and fuel cells, the Federal Ministry of Transport (BMVI) said in a press release. “With investments of about one billion euros we will take the lead in Europe”, transport minister Alexander Dobrindt said. The national strategic framework envisages equipping all major motorway service areas with fast battery charging stations and a further 5,000 to 10,000 regular charging stations throughout the country.
Read the press release in German here.
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