Mercedes-Benz to open first charging stations in China, Germany and Atlanta


Mercedes-Benz Group AG DAII, +3.03% MBG, +0.27% said Monday it plans to build up a network of 2,000 charging hubs by the end of 2024, starting with three charging stations this fall in Atlanta, Chengdu, China and Mannheim, Germany. The auto maker plans to create more than 10,000 charging points by the end of the decade. The charging stations will be open to all car brands.

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