Antalya Metropolitan Municipality & Renault Preparing Zero Emissions Partnership

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The Antalya Metropolitan Municipality in Turkey and Renault have signed an agreement to deploy a program to prepare a Zero Emissions Partnership.

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The partnership is aiming to achieve wide-scale deployment of electric vehicles in Antalya, specifically focusing on the establishment of a “substructure of charging points for electric vehicles manufactured in Bursa Oyak Renault Automobile Plants since the end of 2011.”

The main objectives are:

  • To install and develop a network of charging points for electric vehicles;
  • To develop specific projects related to fleets, public spaces and urban areas; and
  • To review the various regulations regarding the installation and operation of charging points for electric vehicles.

 

 
Source: Green Car Congress
Image Credit: Renault


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