SSE backs 2030 ban on petrol and diesel company cars and vans

Cecilia Keating
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SSE has pledged to decarbonise its full fleet by 2030 | SSE
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SSE has pledged to decarbonise its full fleet by 2030 | SSE

EXCLUSIVE: As the government deliberates on bringing forward its ban of new sales of fossil fuel cars into the first half of the next decade, the Scottish energy company has called for a separate rule mandating corporate fleet decarbonisation by 2030

Energy giant SSE has urged the government to introduce a ban on diesel and petrol cars and vans across all corporate fleets in the UK by 2030. A new rule mandating that all businesses switch their fleets...

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