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APCOA To Roll Out 100,000 EV Charge Points

APCOA says it plans to invest in charging stations offering 11 to 22 kW in over 12,000 locations while partners will be invited to install 350-kW ultra rapid chargers at 1,000 of its parking facilities, and that it will take until 2035 to reach its target—13 years, or roughly 7,700 chargers per year.

MG Motors Australia Expands EV Charging Network

With up to 3,000 units offered across Australia and New Zealand, the infrastructure will support local businesses, including hotels and resorts, based in city centers and hubs—a multimillion-dollar investment by UK-based MG Motor.

Jeep to Introduce Four All-Electric SUVs by 2025

The automaker released images of two fully electric SUVs—the all-new Jeep Recon and an all-new Wagoneer, code-named Wagoneer S—and confirming the all-new, all-electric Jeep Avenger will launch in Europe early next year after its debut at the Paris Motor Show in October.

EV Production Mandates Apply Pressure on Commodity Availability and Pricing

Mandates from the E.U. and the state of California regarding zero-emission vehicles will raise the heat on aluminum and copper prices, furthering competition with the aviation industry for these metals. Meanwhile, parallel production of EV and ICE vehicles in other regions will increase commodity pressure even more.

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