The national motor vehicle authority (RDW) reports that by the end of April the Netherlands had 2,850 charging poles to provide power to just 1,560 fully electrically-powered vehicles.
Even if you include the 786 semi-electric vehicles (with an auxiliary engine), the poles still outnumber the cars. The E-laad (E-charge) foundation says it will continue to install new charging poles, at a cost of 6,000 euros a piece. âOur objective is 10,000 poles,â a spokesperson said.â
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