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Greenpeace says the electric cars are a failure

in Auto
by Dan
September 12, 2010 at 9:42 am

In an interview with a German publication, Wolfgang Lohbeck, Greenpeace representative, said that electric cars are a failure.

Wolfgang Lohbeck, a Greenpeace’s transport expert was interviewed by Stern publication, and talks about electric cars and how they will influence the future.

He said that electric vehicles are a big failure.

The lack of subsidies is the biggest obstacle in their use, as building a network of stations for electric cars is very difficult.

By contrast, Wolfgang Lohbeck believes that public transport would need improvements.

“The future belongs to new things,” said Greenpeace representative at the end of the interview.

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