“The contract will be awarded at the end of May for the public charging infrastructure to be expanded to 1,600 charging points until the end of 2015.”
Cornelia Yzer, Berlin’s local minister for economics, is pushing electric transport in the German capital. The expansion of the current charging network of 400 stations to 1,600 is met by more than 150 e-mobility projects in the German capital. A Europe-wide call for proposals for the charging infrastructure might be an ideal for other cities.
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