Growing number of firms back electric fleet transition

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Growing number of firms back electric fleet transition

Go Ultra Low Company announces over 60 organisations have now committed make at least five per cent of their fleets electric by 2020

Transport for London (TfL) and the University of Cambridge are among 65 public and private sector organisations that have pledged to promote the adoption of electric fleet vehicles, the scheme behind the...

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