BP invests a billion pounds in British charging infrastructure

The oil company will invest GBP 1bn to develop charging infrastructure for electric cars in the UK.

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British oil and gas supermajor BP is carrying out its hitherto largest investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure by laying down GBP 1bn in support of developing the segment in the British market.

The investment will be spread out over a ten-year period, the company informs in a statement Friday morning.

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