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    Friday, September 11, 2015

    RUSSIA ORDERS GAS STATION EV CHARGERS

    Gas Stations In Russia Required To Install Electric Car Chargers

    Mark Kane, September 10, 2015 (Moscow Times via Inside EVs)

    “The Russian electric vehicle market is so small that perhaps 500 plug-in cars have been sold in total over the past several years…[S]ales in 2014 hit a record of 140, but in harsh winter conditions, poor financial situations, no stimulation for EVs, and rare charging points make EV sales difficult…[T]his year sales even decreased (about ~50 in first half)…[But] the Russian government intends to improve the environment for EVs by ordering gas stations to install charging points by November 1, 2016…Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s decree does not clarify what type of charging points will be installed, so we believe that in most cases station owners will install the lowest power possible…[which cost 100,000 rubles ($1,480) and] take up to nine hours to charge an electric vehicle. Modern fast-charging stations, which can charge a car in half an hour, cost around 3.5 million rubles ($51,720) in Russia…In addition to the equipment, station owners will have to cover installation expenses and the costs of grid connection if there is no free capacity…” click here for more

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