Hitachi Capital backs Gridserve's EV charging vision

Cecilia Keating
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Loan facility of an undisclosed size will further green tech company's plans to roll out 100 EV charging stations across the UK by 2024.

Green technology company Gridserve has secured a loan facility from Hitachi Capital that is set to finance its plans to rollout 100 ultrafast electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the UK within...

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