European automakers call for coordinated move to boost electrification

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European automakers feel that they are doing their share when it comes to introducing less polluting forms of personal mobility. Now, they say, it’s up to other mobility stakeholders to do their bit.

European automakers feel that they are doing their share when it comes to introducing less polluting forms of personal mobility. Now, they say, it’s up to other mobility stakeholders to do their bit. As the Frankfurt auto show got underway this week, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), which represents 15 major Europe-based car, van, truck and bus manufacturers, called for a big, coordinated effort to make the transition to zero-emission mobility in Europe. Such a plan should include moves to build more electric-vehicle charging stations as well as purchase incentives to boost EV sales.

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