Survey: Double plug-in grant to shift company fleets into greener gear

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Fleet managers would be more inclined to go electric if offered more incentives or tax breaks | Credit: Baka
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Fleet managers would be more inclined to go electric if offered more incentives or tax breaks | Credit: Baka

Almost three-quarters of fleet managers would be more likely to buy electric vehicles if subsidy level was raised, YouGov survey suggests

Fleet managers could shift their buying power to support electric vehicles (EVs) in their droves if government hiked the amount of cash on offer under its Plug-In Grant scheme, according to the results...

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