Drax drives into electric vehicle market with business advice service

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(L-R) Jonathan Kini, Drax Retail CEO and Adam Hall, Drax electric vehicle lead, with Henrietta Stock, Tom Kelly, and Andy Davidson from SES Water | Credit: Drax
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(L-R) Jonathan Kini, Drax Retail CEO and Adam Hall, Drax electric vehicle lead, with Henrietta Stock, Tom Kelly, and Andy Davidson from SES Water | Credit: Drax

UK energy firm to offer bespoke EV energy services to companies looking to switch to battery-powered fleets

Drax Group is making its first foray into the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market with the launch today of a new service to help businesses looking to make the switch to battery-powered fleets...

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