An electric charger being placed into a Renault Zoe car at a dealership in the U.K. on October 21, 2020.
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Renault’s deputy CEO emphasized the importance of investing in the infrastructure required for low and zero-emission vehicles, with the French automaker aiming to launch seven fully-electric models by the year 2025.
Speaking to CNBC’s Charlotte Reed on Thursday, Clotilde Delbos explained that while European governments had been providing subsidies for electric vehicles, these would reduce progressively over time as people became more used to buying them. She went on to state that this money “should be reoriented to … infrastructure.”