British Gas commits to all-electric UK road fleet by 2025

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British Gas has so far ordered a total of 3,000 Vauxhall e-vans as it works towards fully electrifying its 12,000-vehicle fleet by 2025

British Gas is aiming to have an all-electric fleet of road vehicles by 2025, it announced today, and has ordered 2,000 new Vauxhall Vivaro e-vans to accelerate its journey away from the internal combustion...

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