Electric vehicle drivers at risk by charging from home mains supply

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lectric vehicles are seen as key to government plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
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lectric vehicles are seen as key to government plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Charity urges UK government to expand national network of public charging points

An inadequate public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in the UK is forcing drivers to take risks by opting for highly dangerous alternatives at home, an electrical safety charity has warned....

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