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Austria Converts Phone Booths To EV Chargers

May 5th, 2010 05:07 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

separsons writes “Telekom Austria, a telecommunications company, aims to convert obsolete public phone booths into electric vehicle recharging stations. The company unveiled its first station yesterday in Vienna and hopes to create 29 more stations by the end of the year. The stations may not be super popular now, but they should be soon; Austria’s motor vehicle association says the country will likely have 405,000 electric vehicles on the road by the year 2020.”

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