The British government announces £30 million ($50 million) in funding to establish thousands of charging points in the U.K. for electric and plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles. Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis wants cities and businesses to join together to bid for the money, which will help fund the installation of charging points that will be located on public streets, in parking lots and at commercial, retail and leisure facilities. The initiative, called Plugged-In Places, will ...

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