10 Jul '18, 2pm

Shell Gets An Electric Vehicle Charging Network, Just In Time For New ZEV Challenge

Shell Gets An Electric Vehicle Charging Network, Just In Time For New ZEV Challenge

Earlier this week Royal Dutch Shell threw a curveball at the climate change denial movement by suggesting that the UK should shorten up its timetable for banning internal combustion engines , and today here comes the knockout blow from something called the ZEV Challenge. The newly announced global initiative aims to rally the purchasing power of governments and businesses to ramp up sales of electric vehicles and get the necessary infrastructure in place, too.

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2018/07/10/shell-gets-an-electr...

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