King Willem-Alexander opens bi-directional ecosystem in Utrecht - Last Mile Solutions
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King Willem-Alexander opens bi-directional ecosystem in Utrecht

King Willem-Alexander opens bi-directional ecosystem in Utrecht - Last Mile Solutions

World premiere for Renault and We Drive Solar

His Majesty King Willem-Alexander has opened a new sustainable energy and mobility ecosystem in Utrecht, developed by We Drive Solar in collaboration with Renault. The system uses shared electrical Renault ZOE cars and charging stations which the ZOE can use to both charge and discharge.

Read Renault’s full press-release here:

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