The great EV armament has begun

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Barely a week now seems to go by now without another major automotive or energy firm significantly scaling up its targets for electric vehicle or clean energy production in the 2020s.

Both RWE and SSE have ramped up their spending commitments to expand their renewables pipelines in recent weeks, the former pledging €50bn towards the cause over the coming decade, and the latter adding...

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