EU calls on Denmark to improve alternative fuels infrastructure

The European Union has received insufficient documentation that Denmark and eight other countries have installed enough charging points for electric vehicles, particularly near train stations and airports.

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The installation of charging points and fueling stations for eco-friendly cars must accelerate over the next two months in Denmark, or the country might face a trip to the EU Court of Justice, according to Danish media Altinget.

According to the media, the EU Commission has sent Denmark and eight other countries a so-called "reasoned opinion", in which the member nations are urged to transpose EU rules on the deployment of infrastructure for electric vehicles as well as natural gas and hydrogen cars.

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