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Greggs opens its fourth UK drive-thru at Newcastle

Greggs, has opened its first drive-thru in its birthplace of Newcastle.

from left: Stéphane Calas, managing director, Cube Infrastructure Managers; Ian Johnston, CEO, Engenie; and Rahul Kumar, senior investment manager, Cube Infrastructure Managers

Engenie secures £35m funding for roll-out of rapid chargers

Engenie, one of the UK’s rapid charging networks, claims it has secured funding which will enable it to double the current number of rapid charge points in the UK by 2024.

Old Pump Filling Station in Saundersfoot, Dyfed

Experienced retail operator buys his first petrol filling station

An experienced retail operator has bought his first petrol filling station, Old Pump Filling Station in Saundersfoot, Dyfed, which was sold through specialist business property adviser Christie & Co.

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Climate advisers call for earlier ban on conventional cars

The organisation that advises the Government on its strategy to deal with climate change has again called for an earlier ban on sales of new diesel and petrol cars.

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Morrisons scraps free air scheme for petrol station customers

Morrisons has scrapped a scheme which offered customers free air for their tyres when they spent £15 or more on fuel at its petrol stations.

Mike Hawes, chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
Mike Hawes, chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
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Report warns about emissions from car brakes and tyres

Particles from car brakes and tyres will continue to pollute air in urban areas even when the vehicle fleet has gone all-electric, a report has warned.

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BP celebrates BPme Rewards launch with happiness survey

BP has celebrated the launch of its BPme Rewards loyalty programme by commissioning research into what makes Britons feel good as a nation.

Stephen Marcos Jones
Stephen Marcos Jones
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UKPIA says forecourts have role to play in low emission future

The downstream oil sector can play a major role in helping the UK realise its net-zero climate ambitions, according to a report released by the UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA).

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Co-op carries out multi-million pound redevelopment in Chester

The Co-op is preparing to open its new petrol filling station and extended food store in Handbridge, Chester, following a multi-million pound redevelopment of the site.

Char.gy lamppost charger
Char.gy provides lamppost chargers for on-street urban applications
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Government invests £37m in developing chargepoint network

The Government has announced it is investing £37m into developing the UK’s electric chargepoint infrastructure.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 8 July 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East131.8257.70138.44127.82
East Midlands131.33138.41127.59
London131.11140.01128.34
North East129.55137.90126.73
North West130.5757.70136.49127.08
Northern Ireland128.66138.90125.50
Scotland130.72134.34127.37
South East131.9757.90137.52128.38
South West131.2957.90137.34127.49
Wales130.27135.78126.66
West Midlands131.04138.64127.72
Yorkshire & Humber130.4384.90137.01127.30

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