Taipei – Every day, Aiden Lee joins the hundreds of thousands of people getting around Taipei on two wheels.
But when most of his fellow riders head to a petrol pump to refuel, he takes his e-motorbike to one of Taiwan’s increasingly commonplace battery-swapping stations — tech its creators say could supercharge the shift from fossil fuels.
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