The cities of Ulm and Neu Ulm continue to make news in terms of electric cars. The city authorities, in conjunction with car-sharing scheme Car2go, are increasing the number of public charging points to 48 in the metropolitan area covered by the neighbouring towns. And to ensure that the entire process is as green as possible, the electricity produced for use in these recharging points will be from renewable sources, reports autoflotte online. Car2go has already announced that it is increasing its electric fleet in Ulm, and both Stuttgart and Berlin are soon set to join the list of European and American cities benefiting from this service.
| 25/05/2012 | Tim Harrup