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Post by Chilli-head on 6th November 2020, 8:39 am

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Volkswagen (VW) will provide around 1,000 electric vehicles, alongside charging infrastructure, to the Greek island of Astypalea, as the country seeks to make its transportation system more sustainable.

The project, which will initially run for six years, has been created with the intention to build a “model island” for climate-neutral mobility.

Energy will be primarily generated from local green power sources, such as solar and wind, and residents will have access to an all-electric ridesharing service designed to improve upon the current very limited local bus service.

I've never been to Astypalea ... one day. I hope you can read the article, I think you get a few free views as non-IET members ?
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