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Japan Automakers Create EV Charging Joint Venture: Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Mitsubishi jointly established a

Japan Automakers Create EV Charging Joint Venture: Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Mitsubishi jointly established a

This program targets charging facilities recognized to have high public value under the next-generation vehicle charging infrastructure plans drawn up by local governments and authorities. Financial assistance will be made available to businesses and operations to establish charging spots in key locations, such as at commercial facilities and lodging facilities, as well as en-route charging spots at highway service and parking areas, and convenience stores and service stations on regular roads. Under the program, a number of commercial facilities, hotels, convenience stores and highways have started installing charging stations. Nippon Charge Service will manage the chargers and the installers of charging stations will be asked to participate in the charging infrastructure network operated by Nippon Charge Service.

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