GM delivers Volt test car to Tianjin Eco-City
The delivery follows a memorandum of understanding, signed in April between GM and the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City Investment an Development Company (SSTEC) to investigate how an electric vehicle could be integrated into a smart charging network, reducing electricity demand spikes.
Tianjin will have a network of public charging points at apartment buildings, public buildings and near public transportation and bus stations, and information gathered will be fed back to GM and SSTEC to develop infrastructure and systems for the next generation of electric vehicles.
The Chevrolet Volt is already on sale at 13 dealerships across 13 cities in China, including Tianjin. A test fleet of Chevrolet Volts isFor more of the latest industry news, click here.