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REUTERS/Hannibal BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany plans to expand the network of charging stations for electric cars across the country to help boost lackluster demand, a Transport Ministry paper seen by Reuters showed. Chancellor Angela Merkel's government wants to bring 1 million battery-powered vehicles onto the roads of Europe's largest economy by the end of the decade. But high vehicle costs and drivers' concerns about infrastructure and limited battery range have held back sales in Germany to just 24,000 models out of a market of about 3 million cars, according to government data. Germany currently only has about 100 quick service charging points for electric cars, allowing drivers to recharge batteries in less than an hour, and about 4,800 charging stations running on alternating current, according to the Transport Ministry. "We will set up quick service charging stations along the motorways across Germany," Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt was quoted by regional newspaper Passauer Neue Presse as saying in http://www.23hq.com/shepherdvhjj/story/18588179 an interview published on Saturday. The Transport Ministry paper said German motorway services operator Tank & Rast GmbH was due to set up quick service charging stations and parking spots at its 400 sites by 2017. The Berlin-based government will shoulder some of the costs of installing cables and related construction projects, the document showed. (Reporting by Thorsten Severin; Writing by Andreas Cremer; Editing by Alison Williams) Transportation
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"Either you manage to overcome the challenge or you don't." The remarks didn't sit well with the team. Klaus Kroell called the comments "unnecessary," and Reichelt added that "help from the likes of Walchhofer and Eberharter is always welcome, but they have my phone number. I'd rather see they call me than criticize us in some newspapers." Reichelt, at least, won a speed race this season the super-G in Beaver Creek. "There isn't missing much in downhill," view website said Reichelt, who sat out the Sochi Olympics with a back injury. "It's just some small technical mistakes, a matter of centimeters in the turns." Despite the lack of downhill results, Austria is enjoying a good start to the World Cup season with five wins and nine top-three finishes overall. However, it is relying mainly on defending overall champion Marcel Hirscher , who has already racked up six podium finishes, including four wins, in technical events. "What Marcel is doing is sensational," head coach Puelacher said. "Our speed teams should beat (overall leader Kjetil) Jansrud as often as possible.
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Less than reference a year on, the euphoria has vanished in a country where skiing is indeed serious business. Former racers and other experts have been publicly discussing the plight of the downhill team. "Some of them are coming down very passively, they just stick to the racing line they saw during course inspection and forget to let their skis go," two-time overall champion Eberharter said. "If I see them, I ask myself whether they really want to be fast? Do they really want to win?" Walchhofer, once Eberharter's teammate and now vice president of the Austrian ski federation, is the last Austrian to win the world downhill title, in 2003. He also points to a "mentality issue." "It has nothing to do with this link training deficits," he said. "Either you manage to overcome the challenge or you don't." The remarks didn't sit well with the team. Klaus Kroell called the comments "unnecessary," and Reichelt added that "help from the likes of Walchhofer and Eberharter is always welcome, but they have my phone number.
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He also points to a "mentality issue." "It has nothing to do with training deficits," he said. "Either you manage to overcome the challenge or you don't." The remarks didn't sit well with the team. Klaus Kroell called the comments "unnecessary," and Reichelt added that "help from the likes of Walchhofer and Eberharter is always welcome, but they have my phone number. I'd rather see they call me than criticize us in some newspapers." Reichelt, at least, won a speed race this season the super-G in Beaver Creek. "There isn't missing much in downhill," said Reichelt, who sat out the Sochi Olympics with a back injury. "It's just some small technical mistakes, a matter of centimeters in the turns." Despite learn more the lack of downhill results, Austria is http://chashjoa.cowblog.fr enjoying a good start to the World Cup season with five wins and nine top-three finishes overall. However, it is relying mainly on defending overall champion Marcel Hirscher , who has already racked up six podium finishes, including four wins, in technical events. "What Marcel is doing is sensational," head coach Puelacher said.
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