Engenie EV charger rollout to combat Cardiff's air pollution woes

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The new chargers expand Engenie's UK network of EV charging infrastructure
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The new chargers expand Engenie's UK network of EV charging infrastructure

The new chargers advance the strategy sketched out in Cardiff council's recent transport green paper

Electric Vehicle (EV) charging operator Engenie has installed its first two rapid EV charge points in Cardiff city centre, kickstarting a rollout that will double the number of rapid chargers in the Welsh...

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