Ecotricity sparks first national recharging network

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Company founder Dale Vince and Welcome Break chief executive Rod McKie on fitting electric car chargers at motorway service stations

Ecotricity this week launched what should eventually become the first national network of electric car charging points in the world. Within 18 months, "top-up zones," comprising one standard point and...

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