More than 20 Volkswagen e-Golfs are now available to car-sharing users in Sacramento, CA, as part of Electrify America’s Green Cities initiative. EA is the charging-infrastructure arm created by Volkswagen of America as part of its diesel-emissions-cheating settlement with the U.S. government. EA will spend $2 billion in four installments over the next decade to build a fast-charging infrastructure across the country, mainly along highways and in metro areas. Part of that settlement ...

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