Addison Lee revs up plans for fully electric fleet by 2023

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Addison Lee has invested £160 million into transitioning to an electric fleet over the next two years | Credit:Addison Lee
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Addison Lee has invested £160 million into transitioning to an electric fleet over the next two years | Credit:Addison Lee

London taxi company announces it is to begin rolling out a new fleet of electric vehicles from November

Addison Lee has announced plans for a £160m investment to switch its 4,000 vehicle fleet to electric models, with the switch to get underway from this November. London's largest private transport provider...

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