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Source West selects Siemens EV rapid charging technology

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 One of the largest Electric Vehicle projects funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles has been awarded to Siemens UK.

The delivery of a complete EV charging solution from Siemens UK includes project management, site design, civil and electrical works, installation and commissioning, and three years maintenance managed by the company’s field services team.

Councillor Gus Hoyt, Assistant Mayor with responsibility for the Environment, said: "I’m delighted by this announcement which will help promote the use of more environmentally-friendly forms of transport. This will create a cleaner, better city for all of us to live and work in. Bristol, European Green Capital, is continuing to lead the way in pioneering the use of green technology and innovative solutions such as the recent successful pilot hydrogen-powered ferry which operated from the Harbourside last year."

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