Severn Trent joins EV100 as part of pledge to go fully electric by 2030

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Severn Trent chief executive Liz Garfield | Credit: Severn Trent
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Severn Trent chief executive Liz Garfield | Credit: Severn Trent

Water firm plans to convert 2,000 of its fleet vehicles to run on battery power by the end of the decade

Severn Trent Water has become the latest corporate to join the ranks of the global EV100 initiative, in a move which follows its pledge to covert its entire fleet of vehicles 2,000 to run on battery power...

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