Yorkshire rapid charge EV network powers up

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Bradford Taxi Driver, Naseer Uddin, makes use of the new charger / Credit: Engie
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Bradford Taxi Driver, Naseer Uddin, makes use of the new charger / Credit: Engie

First of 88 new charge points deployed by Engie as part of plans to improve air quality across Leeds and Bradford

West Yorkshire is to soon become home to one of the UK's most extensive electric vehicle (EV) rapid charge networks, after the first of 88 new charge points was officially opened in Bradford late last...

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