The Korea Herald reports, “Hyundai Motor said Friday that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with US energy giant Shell to speed up the popularization of electric vehicles and achieve carbon neutrality.”
“The two companies agreed to cooperate in establishing infrastructures for EV charging, coming up with low carbon-emitting solutions, and in other major sectors such as hydrogen and digital. They plan to utilize Shell’s gas station network to create more EV stations in Asia, where an anticipated surge of demand for EVs. Shell currently has around 45,000 gas stations in around 80 countries.”
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