Netherlands upping the pace with e-mobility

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Netherlands upping the pace with e-mobility

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Netherlands upping the pace with e-mobility

Electromobility is gradually taking off in the Netherlands. Electric car buyers can look forward to tax incentives plus a dense network of charging stations. Eindhoven even has a university course in e-mobility.

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  • Date 02.10.2018
  • Duration 03:01 mins.
  • Author Alexa Meyer
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  • Related Subjects Amsterdam, The Hague
  • Keywords Netherlands, electromobility, VDL, Amsterdam, Eindhoven
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