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GM Europe and Spain's Iberdrola agree to study plug-in EV recharging network

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GENERAL Motors Europe and Spanish energy company Iberdrola last week signed an agreement to begin a feasibility study that will analyse the recharging infrastructure for plug-in electric vehicles.

To be conducted in Spain and the UK, the study will “analyse the requirements for the location of plug sockets in private homes and offices, and public or private parking, and for the installation of electricity meters”.

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