The electric-car services company raises $200 million from GE and others to start an EV charging and battery-swapping network in Israel, Denmark, and Australia next year.
First of several electric vehicle battery-switching stations planned for Denmark gets installed just outside Copenhagen.
The company has revealed the locations for the first nine EV battery-charging stations. It plans to have 40 commercial locations in Israel by the end of this year.
A subscription plan for first European battery-swap center for e-cars offers convenience, but at a steep price.
Automotive New reports on electric vehicles from a variety of manufacturers set to launch in Europe.