Clever wants political intervention: We have capacity for twice as many electric cars

Denmark's electric car industry is desperate for political action as the sales of electric cars have dwindled in the wake of new tariffs. Electric car operator Clever now has enough charging stations for twice as many electric cars as there actually are in the country.

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Several Danish companies and car owners are waiting in suspense for Denmark's government to agree on a reevaluation of the agreement to implement tariffs on electric cars from 2015.

Danish-owned electric car operator Clever has spent large sums since 2009 installing chargers and infrastructure for electric cars across Denmark, and the progress is now so far along that 500 charging stations are installed around the country.

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