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    Be.EV launches first of 20-strong charging site network for Stockport


    Be.EV has launched the first of 20 electric charging sites it plans for Stockport, as part of a £15 million agreement with the local council.

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    ACS welcomes plans to expand energy ombudsman service


    The Association of Convenience Stores is welcoming plans to give more small businesses, including forecourt operators, access to a government energy ombudsman.

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    Charnock Richard services open again after powercut caused by storm Dudley


    Welcome Break’s Charnock Richard Services on the M6 in Lancashire was left without electricity on 16 February as Storm Dudley hit the North West.

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    ‘Asda On The Move’ opens on two more EG sites


    Asda has opened its latest ‘Asda On the Move’ convenience stores in two new locations, allowing customers to shop from a larger range of fresh and essential items as they fuel up.

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    Man arrested for armed robbery at service station


    A man has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at the Esso Service Station in Bohemia Road, Hastings.

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    John Lewis Partnership to build biomethane gas filling station


    The John Lewis Partnership is planning to build a dedicated biomethane gas filling station to enable its largest heavy goods vehicles to use a low-carbon alternative to diesel.

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    Warning of postcode lottery for EV public charging points


    Electric car drivers face a postcode lottery on public charging as the lack of ‘on-street’ infrastructure threatens to pull the plug on the uptake of ultra-low emissions vehicles, according to UK manufacturer of home charge points Andersen. Analysis of Zap-Map data undertaken by Andersen has ranked the best and worst ...

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    Yuk! Petrol pumps are more germy than a loo seat


    On average, fuel pumps have more than 11,000 times more bacteria on them than a household toilet seat. That’s the shock finding from bus-travel booking website, which collected bacteria samples from three forecourts and three charging stations in the US. A previous study conducted by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation ...

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    Forecourt Trader Business Directory 2011


    Forecourt Trader Business Directory 2011 The Forecourt Trader Business Directory is the essential reference for those involved in the petrol and convenience retailing markets. The directory lists the details of: fuel and shop stock suppliers, forecourt contractors, equipment suppliers, services, wholesalers and distributors. The comprehensive company entries ...