EV charging giant Mer plots UK expansion following Elmtronics takeover

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Mer install at Hoults Yard, creative business village in Newcastle. Credit: Mer
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Mer install at Hoults Yard, creative business village in Newcastle. Credit: Mer

Company says commercial customers such as Asda, Octopus Energy and BMW are set to benefit from larger charging network and improved back office systems

European electric vehicle (EV) charging company Mer has today announced plans to accelerate its support for businesses, workplaces, and fleets in the UK following its acquisition of chargepoint supplier...

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