The U.K. government announces a £5 million ($8.5 million) plan to introduce plug-in cars and vans to all of its vehicle fleets, but one industry player questions if the infrastructure can meet the demand. Transport Minister Baroness Kramer says the ultra-low-emissions vehicle readiness project is just the first step in plans to make electric cars and other plug-in vehicles commonplace in government fleets. It will allow every central government fleet to review its arrangements and ...

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