Beijing is planning to electrify taxis

The Beijing New Energy Vehicle Development and Promotion Commission's spokesman recently disclosed that Beijing is planning to replace traditional taxis with electric taxis. The spokesman added that each taxi drives around 400 km per day, and the electric taxi will save RMB 72,000 ($11,600) per y...

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