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EU Commissioner disappointed in ministers' ambitions for charging stations

The EU's energy ministers have agreed on their negotiation position for the new building directive Monday. However, the deal will lead to 96 percent fewer charging stations for electric cars than the commission had planned.

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When the EU's energy ministers met in Luxembourg Monday, they reached agreement regarding their negotiation position for two directives, which are critical for EU efforts to live up to the obligations set out in the Paris climate deal.

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