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Energy / Fuel, Wales

EVs for Welsh tourists

A fleet of six electric vehicles is to be located in the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales to enable tourists to explore the park in an ‘environmentally friendly’ way. The two-person EVs, Renault-built Twizy quadricycles, are to be leased to tourist accommodation businesses located within the National Park in a scheme funded jointly by the park authority and the Welsh Government. They have a top speed of 50mph and can travel up to 50 miles between charges....

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