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SSE flicks electric switch with drive to get new EV van fleet on the road

1 month ago   |   By Energy Voice

Energy giant SSE has begun its shift from diesel and petrol to electric vans with the launch of a new fleet of low carbon vehicles.
SSE announced today that subsidiary firms SSE Renewables and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks have taken delivery of their first vans which will serve communities across the country.
Brian McLaren, SSE director of group change said: “As a major fleet operator across the UK and Ireland, the EV rollout is in line with SSE's ambition to deliver low carbon infrastructure in a sustainable way and links to our wider business goal of helping accommodate 10...
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