Hitachi investment to boost GRIDSERVE electric forecourts rollout

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The investment builds on the successful launch of the UK's first electric forecourt last year in Braintree, Essex

Financial giant Hitachi Capital yesterday announced a £10m investment in UK electric vehicle (EV) charging network developer GRIDSERVE, a deal that extends the two firm's cooperation following the recent...

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