|Title||Gwangju offers electric car subsidies to residents|
|Date||2017-02-01 PM 5:12:39||Hit||949|
Gwangju City Hall is looking to provide more support to electric car owners in 2017.
The metropolitan government has announced it will supply 100 electric cars, 107 charging systems, and 50 electric two-wheel vehicles to residents this year.
Recipients will be selected through a public lottery set to take place March 31st.
In addition to providing the vehicles, the city will also foot the bill for some of the operating costs. An average user can expect to pay as little as 51,000 won in operating and charging fees per month, but City Hall has announced it will subsidize around 50% of those costs until December 2019.
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