£3.4m funding to put taxis on an electric meter
Some of Birmingham and Wolverhampton's taxis will be charging the meter in a new way after the cities received £3.4m in government funding to support electric vehicle charging points.
The money is part of a £20m pot from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) to grow the number of electric taxis.
Work can now start on building the infrastructure to facilitate electric taxis as they become more readily available over the next decade.
Birmingham plans to have 197 charge points across the city centre and outer city areas,... You can carry on reading TheBusinessDesk.com for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...