GreenCharge project video
Imagine an all-electric e-mobile future where people own electric vehicles or share cars and scooters without concerns about vehicle availability or charging opportunities, in a well-functioning and financially viable ecosystem of users, service providers and authorities.
Why isn’t this a reality today? The GreenCharge project video answers this question and shows what GreenCharge contributes to change this. Watch the project video below!
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