Netease technology news on June 5, according to foreign media reports, Germany recently introduced a new incentive plan for the use of electric vehicles, requiring all gas stations to add electric vehicle charging piles. Details of the plan, such as the schedule and type of charging points, are unclear, but the move is welcomed by EV advocates.
Germanys new incentives for electric vehicle penetration have doubled existing subsidies for electric vehicles to 6000 euros ($6720) for models priced at 40000 euros ($44800). Germany will also impose higher taxes on more fuel-efficient SUVs.
Earlier, at least 76 gas stations in South Korea were equipped with electric vehicle fast charging piles, and plans to add more charging facilities. According to reports, Hyundai is transforming a large gas station into an electric vehicle charging station. The company plans to add an electric vehicle charging station with eight ultrafast charging posts at a gas station in Eastern Seoul.
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