China Builds Electric Vehicle Charging Network

Moresco, Justin
September 2008
Red Herring;9/23/2008, p1
Trade Publication
This article reveals the plan of the Chinese government to build a nationwide network of recharging stations. According to the report in "China Daily, the first trial batch of stations will be located in Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. State Grid Corporation will build the stations. In addition, the Ministry of Science and Technology is targeting 10,000 alternative fuel vehicles such as hybrids and all-electrics on Chinese roads by 2010.


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