Chart of the week | Driven: mobility service offer on the rise

On 7 February, E.ON partnered with vehicle leasing specialist ALD Automotive to offer mobility, financing, and energy services to both business and domestic electric vehicle (EV) customers in UK and Europe. It became the third supplier to announce a wide-ranging arrangement with a leasing company, following ENGIE with Arval and Scottish Power with Arnold Clark. This week we explore the growth in such offerings.

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