23 Jan 2020
The oil and gas giant Total will change its essence and establish 20,000 new public charging points for electric vehicles. All will be located in the Netherlands.
The French company plans to expand its business in supporting electric vehicles as part of its commitment to environmental friendliness and electricity production, as European governments impose stricter rules on car emissions, which may limit the demand for gasoline and diesel fuel sold by Total and its competitors.
According to company representatives, the new network of charging stations will serve 3.2 million people and will become the largest in Europe. “This step is significant and unprecedented towards sustainable mobility,” said Alexis Vovk, head of marketing and services. By 2025, Total plans to commission 150,000 charging points in Europe to become a major player in this field.
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