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A1 opens 25th electric vehicle charging station

Wednesday 21 December 2016 | 16:06 CET | News
Austrian operator A1 has opened its 25th electric vehicle charging station in the city centre of Herzogenburg. E-cars, e-scooters or e-bikes (Type 2/400V/16A/11KW) can now be recharged for free, using an SMS or RFID-card.

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Categories: General
Companies: A1
Countries: Austria
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