Plans to install 5,000 rapid and ultra-rapid electric vehicle chargers in Britain by 2025 have been set out by Royal Dutch Shell. The Anglo-Dutch oil major also is planning to invest in slower on-street public charging points as it seeks to cement a market-leading position established through the acquisition of Ubitricity in February. The plans form part of Shell’s low-carbon strategy unveiled in February. It is aiming to operate half a million electric vehicle charging points globally by 2025 and as many as 2.5 million by 2030.
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