Fourth Industrial Revolution

Which countries are speeding ahead with electric cars?

A charging cable is seen on an electric car at ABB Inc.'s DC fast charging station in Salt Lake City, Utah, April 30, 2014. The level three 480v rate charging station is able to charge a car in 10 to 40 minutes and is the first station of it's kind in the Salt Lake area

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Joe Myers
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