EU to support cross-border charging network
Europe recognises the need to modify road infrastructure to respond to users' needs and in particular as regards e-mobility requirements. As the number of cleaner and more efficient vehicles, including electric ones, is expected to increase, a long-distance interoperable network would help on deploying electromobility.
As part of the TEN-T programme, the European Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport has launched a vast research project indented to identify users needs and preferences for electric charging. The project furthermore will deploy 115 high power re-charging points in Austria, Croatia, Germany, Slovakia and Slovenia.
For further information on the TEN-T Programme, visit the Commission website.
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