Butterfield has agreed a sponsorship agreement to fund some new publicly accessible electric car charging stations.
The sponsorship means Plug-N-Go will be able to set up three new charging sites.
The first is at Les Cotils, with two further charging stations to be installed around the island later in the year.
Alan Bain, Managing Director of Butterfield in Guernsey, said: "We are pleased to support Plug-N-Go with additional charging stations. We hope our sponsorship helps to enhance local infrastructure and protect our environment, makes charging easier for those who already have electric or hybrid vehicles and encourages further adoption of these vehicles in the future."
Keith Hounsell, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Plug-N-Go, said: "We are delighted to partner with Butterfield as we expand our charging network in Guernsey. With more charging stations available for the public, we hope to make it easier than ever for those with electrical vehicles to recharge."
Pictured top (l-r): Keith Hounsell, Fiona Naftel (Managing Director of Les Cotils Centre) and Alan Bain.
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