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Firms charged with testing electric car benefits

Coun Alan Cockburn, deputy leader of Warwickshire County Council with David Jullien from Act on Energy and Chris Corbett (Corbett & Sons), Alan Dytham and Virginia Bowen (Pinnacle Care), Mark Jeffs (MJ Tec Ltd) and George Browning (GNF Browning) (s)

RURAL businesses have plugged-in to a new project designed to test the efficiency and performance of electric cars in rural areas.

Rugby-based GNF Browning and Wolston Grange Care Home, run by Pinnacle Care, are among 10 firms to take delivery of one of the fleet of Nissan Leafs and BMWs that will be theirs for two years.

During that time they will be charged with testing the advantages of using low carbon technologies with estimated running costs of the cars estimated at around one or two pence a mile on their budgets and the environment.

Firms involved in the Warwickshire Rural Electric Vehicles project (WREV) are span the farming, vehicle maintenance, residential care, local deliveries and business services sectors.

Read more: Firms charged with testing electric car benefits | Rugby Observer


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