Charging clarity needed ahead of ‘Road to Zero’

Charging clarity needed ahead of ‘Road to Zero’
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The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) has expressed concerns about the lack of clarity in the Department for Transport’s ‘Road to Zero’ definition of a ‘large fuel retailer’. The ‘Road to Zero’ sets out the government’s plans to see at least half of new cars be ultra-low emission vehicles by 2030. One suggestion is to make electric charge…

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By Megan Humphrey 13 Jul, 2018

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