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‘China’s Coal Capital’ replaces entire taxi fleet with electric cars as part of a plan that has already reduced air pollution by 18 percent

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aiyuan's push contributes 1,800 charging stations to a central government goal of installing 12,000 stations across the country by 2020. Building a network of charging stations is seen as essential in getting consumers to buy electric cars.
By Lucas Niewenhuis

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