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Another major loss for Danish e-car operator Clever

Danish electric car operator Clever, which installs chargers and infrastructure for electric cars across Denmark, has now accumulated a deficit of approximately DKK 150 million. Yet despite another big loss, the CEO considers 2016 satisfactory.

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Danish electric car operator Clever, which installs chargers and infrastructure for electric cars across Denmark, has just presented a financial report containing a major loss. The company, founded in 2009, now has an accumulated deficit close to DKK 150 million (EUR 20.1 million).

However, in 2016 Clever did achieve growth in every item compared to the previous year.

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