Plug-in Nissan Leaf already part of U.K.’s ultra-low-emissions push.
The U.K. government announces a £37 million ($57.2 million) package that will pay 75% of the cost of installing new charge points for plug-in vehicles. The grants can be claimed by people installing charge points where they live; local authorities installing rapid-charge points to facilitate longer journeys or providing on-street charging on request from residents; and by train operators installing charge points at railway stations. Any public-sector organization, such as the ...
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