Elektromotive and Charge Your Car team up in pay-as-you-go electric vehicle push

James S Murray
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Charging infrastructure specialists launch joint venture with goal of deploying 10,000 pay-as-you-go charge points

Two of the UK's leading developers of electric vehicle recharging infrastructure have today announced they are teaming up to accelerate the rollout of pay-as-you-go charge points nationally. Elektromotive...

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