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Climate Change

China wind turbine maker to launch EV-charging robots

Envision Group eyes potential in mobility, hydrogen and weather forecasting

Envision Group's Mochi robot charges electric vehicles while drivers are away.  (Photo courtesy of Envision Group)

TOKYO -- One of China's biggest wind turbine makers plans to tackle the country's chronic shortage of electric vehicle charging points: mobile robots that bring the juice to the car.

Envision Group plans to start testing its Mochi robot -- so named because it provides mobile charging services -- in Shanghai this year. The robot is also being shipped to Singapore.

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