Tevva secures $57m boost to scale up production of zero-emissions trucks

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Tevva's new 7.5 tonne electric truck is the company's first truck designed for mass production in the UK | Credit:Tevva
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Tevva's new 7.5 tonne electric truck is the company's first truck designed for mass production in the UK | Credit:Tevva

Electric truck developer unveiled plans for its first London-based manufacturing plant earlier in the year and plans to produce 3,000 electric trucks a year

Electric truck company Tevva has this week announced that it has attracted $57m in investment to help develop its new London manufacturing facility and scale up production of its 7.5 tonne electric truck....

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