Clean Van Commitment: UK fleets join forces to kick-start electric van switch

James Murray
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Clean Van Commitment: UK fleets join forces to kick-start electric van switch

Tesco, Network Rail, and Anglian Water join new coalition that will today set out plans to replace 18,000 diesel vans with electric models by 2028

Some of the UK's largest companies will today send a signal to auto manufacturers that the market is ready for electric vans, pledging to invest £40m in rolling out zero emission models over the next two...

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