Power Up: UK battery storage and electric vehicle charging projects in line for £100m boost

Partnership between the UK Infrastructure Bank and Octopus Investments will provide funding to projects aligned with the UK's net zero target

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The roll out of battery storage and electric vehicle (EV) charging networks in the UK is in line for a £100m investment boost, thanks to a new partnership between the UK Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) and...

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