'More convenient than ever': Government boosts on-street EV charging fund

James Murray
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Additional £2.5m of funding announced, as new Transport Secretary Grant Shapps declares that he wants electric cars to be 'normal rather than the exception'

The government has today announced a modest funding boost to its electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure plans, releasing an additional £2.5m to support the installation of over 1,000 new on street public...

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