Traton entered joint venture with Volvo and Daimler

Traton has entered a joint venture agreement with Volvo Group and Daimler Truck. Together they plan on creating an Europe-wide charging infrastructure for electrified goods transport.
The project for electric long-distance freight transport will involve an investment of €500 million

They plan to install and operate at least 4,000 fast-charging points at 1,700 locations, supplying renewable energy on and near freeways.

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Required chargers for electric trucks | Traton
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