Motor Fuel Group to invest £50m into EV charging in 2022

This is part of a £400m investment by 2030

Big Zero Report 2023

Motor Fuel Group has pledged to invest £50 million into electric vehicle (EV) chargers this year.

This follows its previous announcement that it would invest £400 million into EV infrastructure by the end of the decade.

It is planning to install more than 350 EV chargers at 60 new fast-charging sites across the UK in 2022.

Last year, it invested £40 million into EV infrastructure, culminating in a charging forecourt in Putney and rapid-charging site in Manchester.

William Bannister, Chief Executive, said: “Our EV sites are modern in design and provide a high-quality retail and consumer experience for the community and for motorists to use whilst charging their vehicles.”

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