ENGIE is expanding its electric vehicle (EV) charging network across West Midlands offering free charging to registered taxi and private hire vehicles.
Bromsgrove District Council, which won government funding for the deployment of EV charging taxi infrastructure has partnered with the energy company to install 13 EV chargers across the district.
Trying to encourage the switch to EVs, ENGIE will offer free charging to taxis and private hire vehicles for the first year following the installation.
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