Renault clocks up 14,000 EV orders

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French company insists demand is solid as UK figures show just 1,721 electric cars have been registered under the government's subsidy scheme

Renault has received 14,000 orders across its four-model Z.E. electric car range, the French manufacturer's global head of electric vehicles revealed earlier this week. Thierry Koskas said the figure...

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