Government will enhance EV charging infrastructure.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says the future of the U.K. as a leader in the development of green vehicles has been given a boost as the government announces it will spend £500 million ($841.8 million) to boost the ultra-low-emissions vehicle industry and help drivers afford and feel confident about using electric cars. Over the next five years the Office of Low Emission Vehicles will spend £200 million ($336.7 million) for the continuation of the plug-in-vehicle ...
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