Amazon announces €1bn transportation electrification spree

Cecilia Keating
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Amazon's new fleet of electric HGVs | Credit: Amazon
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Amazon's new fleet of electric HGVs | Credit: Amazon

Nearly a third of new European e-mobility funding push set to be invested in decarbonsing tech giant's UK transportation network

Amazon has announced it is to invest more than €1bn in decarbonising and electrifying its transportation network across Europe over the next five years, with £300m allocated to its operations in the UK....

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