Tag : electric vehicles
Kevin Pugh, country manager at rapid charge device specialist Tritium, takes a look at what the coming 12 months have in store for fleets.
Jonathan Musk looks at why recent legislative changes to how electric vehicles are taxed will be the tipping point for their acceptance and should encourage fleet … Read More »
Under a new five-year contract between DPD and online fashion retailer ASOS, at least 50% of deliveries within the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will … Read More »
Figures from popular EV charge point mapping service Zap-Map, show that public charging locations now surpasses petrol stations for the first time.
Demand for electric vehicles is reaching a tipping point for fleets, according to a new study by Kia.
Volvo Cars has invested in charging point company FreeWire Technologies, which has developed a cheaper and less labour-intensive solution for installing rapid chargers for electric vehicles.
Results from the 2018 Fleet World/ALD Automotive MPG Marathon have shown fleets and drivers have never a wider choice of technologies at their disposal, just as … Read More »
Fleet drivers opting for electric vehicles from LeasePlan can now get access to charge points at home, at work and on the road under a new … Read More »
With entries now open for this year’s Energy Saving Trust Fleet Heroes awards, we take a look back at the innovations that earned last year’s winners … Read More »
Mercedes-Benz is to launch a long-range, high-performance electric SUV next year, rivalling the Jaguar I-Pace, Audi E-Tron and Tesla Model X.
Audi has started production of the e-tron electric SUV at its factory in Brussels, ahead of the first deliveries due by the end of the year.
Charging point manufacturer, Andersen EV, has launched a new-generation ‘premium’ unit designed to offer businesses full control over the way their vehicles top up.
The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) is warning recovery companies and emergency services that their personnel will need additional accreditation and qualifications before dealing with … Read More »
New proposals have been laid out by Ofgem to support the millions of expected electric vehicles on Britain’s roads and reduce costs to customers.
In an uncertain economic climate, Professor Colin Tourick reckons now might be the right time to take another look at ULEVs.
The UK’s first ultra-fast electric vehicle chargers are to go live within months, capable of adding 100 miles of range per ten minutes plugged in and … Read More »
Increased funding to encourage the uptake of EVs in fleets has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Cities must deploy smart-charging and storage systems or “face a total collapse of consumer confidence in EVs”.