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Two UK utilities pledge to adopt all-electric fleets

Bloomberg

Two of Britain’s six biggest utilities pledged to switch their entire vehicle fleet to run on electricity by 2030, adding momentum to the shift away from traditional engine technology.
Centrica Plc operates the third-biggest company owned fleet in the UK, with 12,500 cars and vans.
SSE Plc has 3,500 vehicles and also said it will install charging points for its employees to use, according to a statement released by the two through the The Climate Group, a non-profit group working with businesses to accelerate climate action.
The targets follow a cross-party effort backed by the government setting a goal to reduce net fossil-fuel emissions to zero by 2050.

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