• 8,000 installations of Ecotality level 2 stations through its EV Project government grant, but execution of this rollout slower than anticipated
  • Practically no level 3 (DC fast-charging) stations installed, with only 25 units in the EV Project; however competitors are struggling here, as well
  • Is imple...
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