ODS, whose frontline staff collect waste and keep the region clean, has deployed the equipment and says it aims to help Oxford become a net zero city.
The first 50kW rapid electric charger has been installed last week at the ODS depot in Marsh Road in Cowley as part of the £41 million Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) project, led by Oxford City Council and Pivot Power.
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