E.on and GreenMobility to take on European car sharing market

German utility E.on will team up with Danish GreenMobility to get more Europeans driving electric shared vehicles.

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Two of Denmark's largest players on the electric vehicle market, city car sharing firm Green Mobility and utility E.on, are now collaborating to explore the possibilities of for rolling out a charging network and electric city cars in several European cities.

The two companies will also take the partnership they have developed in Copenhagen in recent years and roll it out more broadly across Europe, as E.on is among the largest utilities in Northern Europe.

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