Drax’s switch for SES Water cuts emissions

SES Water has recently invested in 16 brand new charging ports and have switched 10 of its 120 diesel vans to electric vehicles (EV’s). This is only an initial investment wih further plans to switch to EV’s in the bid to lower the carbon footprint.

This initial investment is also saving SES water an approximate 43 tonnes of CO2 per annum.

These savings and this bold movement were made achievable due to SES Water taking advantage of Drax‘s comprehensive EV service.

This service included EV charging ports, charge point operating software, EV leasing, telematic devices and 100% renewable electricity supply.

Drax’s switch for SES Water cuts emissions

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