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Jaguar Land Rover are talking with Ford and BMW about a Li-on battery joint venture

The Times reports that Jaguar Land Rover are talking with Ford and BMW about a joint venture to build a battery factory to secure supplies of Li-on batteries for their forthcoming range of EVs.

This makes perfect sense; batteries aren’t like engines; there is no noise which might distinguish a snarly Jaguar V6 from a raspy Alfa flat four. What this further proves is that the shift towards EVs is accelerating and a scramble to secure battery output has begun.

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More and more company car drivers will be switching to EVs and businesses will need to consider how they provide charging facilities for staff and clients. Our customers can charge their EVs from their roof - get in touch if you’d like to find out how.

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