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China plans to issue new standards to regulate the infrastructure needed for electric autos.
The State Electricity Regulatory Commission says three standards will be introduced in October, covering the technical requirements for auto-charging facilities. The regulator is currently in talks with power grid operators and crude oil producers, aiming for another five standards to be established by this year.
It is also says the government will invest more than 100 billion yuan to subsidize the fledging green auto industry over the next 10 years.