Government seeks to 'unleash potential' of EV charging, drones and autonomous shipping

Michael Holder
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Department for Transport consults on raft of regulatory measures to support EV charging infrastructure and emerging green technologies

Measures aimed at expanding electric vehicle charging infrastructure and supporting emerging green aviation, shipping and road vehicle technologies across the UK are among a raft of proposals launched...

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