You might think that Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, couldn't be a more environmentally friendly city. Today, it's a city that has an incredibly high ratio of bike use in Europe and lots of canals, and seems to be almost car-free. In the future, the city wants to go a few steps further. There is an all-new electric vehicle recharging network in the works, the first step in a very ambitious plan: to not have a single vehicle running with internal combustion engines in the city by 2040. The plan starts with 200 recharging stations to be deployed in two years, where vehicles like the Th!nk City, scooters and delivery vans can be plugged in. The city hall will also offer cheaper parking spaces to EVs.
[Source: Le Blog Auto]