Shell will SHUTDOWN 1,000 gas stations to build 200,000 EV chargers

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Shell, the multinational gas and oil company, is considering the closure of up to 1,000 retail gas stations in the near future as part of its shift towards the expansion of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. According to Shell’s recent Energy Transition Strategy report, the company intends to shutter 500 retail sites annually in both 2024 and 2025. This decision is aimed at redirecting efforts towards the growth of its public EV charging network. Shell aims to increase the total number of charging points to 200,000 by 2030, a significant jump from the current count of approximately 54,000.

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