Health giant Astra Zeneca to electrify entire global fleet by 2030

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AstraZeneca said it is switching to electric vehicles in a bid to boost air quality | Credit: Go Ultra Low
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AstraZeneca said it is switching to electric vehicles in a bid to boost air quality | Credit: Go Ultra Low

Pharmaceutical major's 16,000-strong company fleet to switch to electric power as firm joins EV100 campaign

AstraZeneca, one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies, has today become the latest firm to join the EV100 campaign and pledge to switch its global fleet to electric vehicles by 2030. The...

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