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New fleet helps company meet targets

Peugeot is helping EDF Energy to meet its CO2 emission reduction targets with the supply of 87 Partner Origin vans.

The new vans will help the company reduce emissions from its transport activities bys up to 20% by 2012. The vans are powered by 1.6-litre HDi 90 diesel engines.

The deal builds on Peugeot’s 12-year relationship with EDF Energy, which has seen the French manufacturer supply some 40% of the 5,000-vehicle fleet.

Chris Pascall, head of transport for EDF Energy, said: “We will immediately benefit from an 18% reduction in CO2 emissions.”
 

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