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Shell to open electric vehicle charging points at UK petrol stations
by Adam Vaughan
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17 October 2017
On 17 October 2017 The Guardian reported:
Shell is opening a first wave of electric vehicle charging points at its UK petrol stations, in a sign of the far-reaching changes under way in the transport and oil sectors. Drivers will be able to recharge 80 per cent of their battery in half an hour at forecourts in London, Surrey, and Derby from this week, with a total of 10 service stations to be equipped with rapid chargers by the end of the year. There are now more than 115,000 electric cars in the UK.
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Shell said the forays into charging were spurred by the swift growth in battery-powered cars, which now number more than 115,000 in the UK, up from almost zero a decade ago.
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