Engie dives into EV market with electric vehicle power tariff

Madeleine Cuff
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Engie dives into EV market with electric vehicle power tariff

French utility follows Vattenfall in EV market, launching EV home charging point and EV-tailored power tariff

French utility Engie is making a major play for a slice of the UK electric vehicle market, launching an "end-to-end" charging solution for electric vehicle owners in a move designed to establish the firm...

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