London-based broadband provider G.Network has purchased 100 electric vans from commercial vehicle distributor Harris Maxus.
The deal will see 80 eDeliver 3 and 20 eDeliver 9 zero-emission vans joining the G.Network fleet, which will be used by its field engineers around London.
Mark Barrett, managing director of Harris Maxus, said: “We’re proud to be supporting businesses such as G.Network electrify and future-proof their fleet.
“Now is the time for companies to make the switch to electric, particularly businesses such as G.Network that are working in the London zone and have to contend with the recently extended ULEZ.
“We currently have a number of supports in place for businesses eligible for the ULEZ scrappage scheme, offering businesses even bigger savings on new ULEZ compliant vehicles.”