'Cheaper, greener, and in-demand': Why stronger CO2 standards for vans could deliver major savings for businesses

Cecilia Keating
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Nissan's flagship e-van, the e-NV200 | Credit: Nisaan
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Nissan's flagship e-van, the e-NV200 | Credit: Nisaan

Think tank argues growing e-van market can deliver savings for firms across Europe, as separate report warns UK needs up to 661,000 extra EV charge points by 2035

Policymakers in the UK and Europe are under growing pressure to take action now that can rapidly expand the electric vehicle (EV) market, as bans on new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles draw closer....

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