EU countries to set electric vehicle targets under new green car rules

Jessica Shankleman
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Alternative fuel directive aims to build critical mass of electric vehicle charging points in bid to boost investor confidence in emerging sector

Drivers of electric vehicles should be able to travel freely and recharge across the European Union by 2020, under new rules laid down by the European Commission this week. However, it remains to be seen...

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