The European Commission proposed January 24 legislation that would require European Union member states to increase substantially the number of charging stations for electric cars, fueling stations for hydrogen-powered vehicles, and liquefied natural gas depots for ships. The commission also offered language that would encourage harmonization of technological standards, increase production, and lower the cost of electric cars.
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