Russia Joins the Electric Car Revolution
An eco-investment fund is rolling out thousands of charging stations for electric cars across Russia. But despite the green drive, critics say the future is not electric.
Space is at a premium on Moscow’s roadways, and clean air is hard to come by.
But if the CEO of Revolta has anything to do with it, the game may be changing – with a vast network of 2,000 charging stations for battery-powered cars sprouting up in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Krasnodar, Samara and Kaluga.
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Based on the Lada Kalina has top speed of 140 km/h and city driving range up to 150 km.
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