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One of Fastned's EV charging stations in the Netherlands | Credit: Fastned / Roos Korthals Altes
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One of Fastned's EV charging stations in the Netherlands | Credit: Fastned / Roos Korthals Altes

CEO Anil Srivastava says Swiss firm is well placed to gain from the battery boom as it agrees deal to provide energy storage for fast charging EV network across Europe

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution and move towards more decentralised energy may only be in its earliest stages, but it is already creating a boom in battery demand. Tesla may be the highest profile...

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