EDF Energy: Eco-Infrastructure to Match Eco-Cars

EDF Energy: Eco-Infrastructure to Match Eco-Cars
Innovation
Christine Huang
  • 8 october 2007

According to Treehugger, green car sales are expected to reach £1.2 billion in London alone next year. But equally as important as the increase in eco-friendly vehicles on the street is the implementation of adequate infrastracture to service them. EDF Energy, one of the UK’s leading energy companies, recently announced that they would be making a bold step forward in the effort, aiding local councils across the UK install 250 charge-up points for electric vehicles (free of charge) by March of next year in partnership with Elektromotive, a charging point manufacturer. As Treehugger reports:

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