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Going all out for electric vehicles

Facilities management company Mitie, which runs 3,587 compact vans and cars, has promised that 717 of them will be electric by the end of December 2020, to hit demanding emissions targets by 2030.

The first models on order include Nissan E-Nv 200 vans and Renault Zoe, Hyundai Kona and VW e-Golf cars.

Mitie will install more than 800 charging points at its offices across the UK as well as at suitable home addresses of its drivers in a major infrastructure commitment.

Simon King, head of fleet and procurement, said: “We know this will be a challenge, but Mitie is determined to pioneer this transformation – and we are keen to take our clients on the journey with us by supporting them to make similar moves for their own fleets.”

 

 

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