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Government to take part in electric vehicle initiative

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 12 August 2017
Government to take part in electric vehicle initiativeOne in three cars in the Government fleet will be electric by 2021, Prime Minister Bill English announced today in Lower Hutt before a crowd of about 100.Transport Minister Simon Bridges said New Zealand already had an ambitious...
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