In Netherlands, every McDonalds Drive-In will have EV charging stations

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Nuon to provide fast food chain McDonald’s with EV charging stations at all of the franchise’s McDrive locations.

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Netherlands-based company Nuon has signed a contract with fast food chain McDonald’s that will see EV charging stations installed at nearly 170 of the franchise’s McDrive locations.

Under the agreement, Nuon – a subsidiary of European utility giant Vattenfall – will install two fast-charging stations at all McDrive locations, in line with the fast food company’s objective to make all its restaurants more “sustainable.”

Due to commence at the end of 2018, the collaboration allows EV drivers to charge their vehicles in as little as half an hour – enough time, the fast-food company hopes, to scoff a large hamburger. There are already 22,000 electric cars on Dutch roads.

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