Ride-sharing app Bolt launches EV transition fund

Cecilia Keating
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Bolt claims to be the second largest ride-hailing firm in London
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Bolt claims to be the second largest ride-hailing firm in London

Uber rival aims to convert one per cent of its 50,000 drivers to EVs in the first six months of next year and roll out 30 new charge points in drivers’ neighbourhoods

Ride-sharing company Bolt is to channel £250,000 into measures that encourage its UK drivers to transition to electric vehicles (EVs), including the installation of 30 new charging points in London...

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