ABB on tour with electric car presentations


August 27, 2015





August 27, 2015




Regional Chamber of Commerce in Kruševac, a city in central Serbia, organized a presentation of projects, experiences and equipment in the field of fast charging stations for electric vehicles. The municipal authority invited representatives of automation and power technologies company ABB, headquartered in Switzerland, to show possibilities of electric car transportation as an environmentally friendly and efficient solution, local television station RTK said.

ABB’s experiences showed this technology produces no exhaust gas or noise and brings cheap maintenance, new businesses and services, said Dragana Milićević, mayor’s assistant responsible for ecology, sustainable development and energy.

The presentation was held by Predrag Vučenić, sales engineer from ABB’s Belgrade office. Similar events were organized in Novi Sad and Bor in order to promote environmentally friendly technologies in automotive industry.

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