Tag : electric vehicles
Norway is leading the way globally in the adoption of plug-in vehicles, which accounted for nearly a third of the country’s new car sales in 2017. … Read More »
Essex-based health and care organisation Provide is deploying an artificial intelligence-based journey prediction solution across its expanding Nissan Leaf EV fleet to eliminate range anxiety and … Read More »
Slow uptake of electric vehicles across Europe has more to do with limited availability of vehicles than a lack of charging infrastructure, according to a new … Read More »
Chargemaster forecasts half a million EVs will be on UK roads and more than one million public charging sessions per year on its Polar network by … Read More »
Global oil demand and CO2 emissions will be higher in 2040 than in 2016, even with a total worldwide ban on all new combustion engine vehicles, … Read More »
Renault has added a more powerful 108bhp motor to the Zoe electric supermini, said to offer better easier high-speed cruising without affecting the range.
Judging comment: “A long-term advocate of plug-in vehicles, Electrification Potential Analysis is designed to help businesses confidently add the technology to their fleet. Using a GPS … Read More »
A new Parliamentary group has formed to generate cross-party support for electric and autonomous vehicles, including looking at the grid infrastructure.
Businesses and individuals based in the Bristol area can now have their say on the future direction of the local electric vehicle charge point network ahead … Read More »
ChargePoint Services and Motor Fuel Group (MFG) are rolling out rapid chargers across the GeniePoint Network and expect to have 200 by the end of 2018.
Hands-on experience and a whole-life approach to running costs are vital for driving fleet uptake of electric vehicles, according to new research from Go Ultra Low … Read More »
BMW Group has announced a new partnership with Solid Power in a joint effort to develop solid-state batteries for electrified vehicles.
Emissions Analytics has extended its EQUA Index programme to test electric vehicles.
Ecotricity has teamed up with Rolec EV to launch a new green charging offer, as it also reveals new pay-as-you-go charging rates for its Electric Highway … Read More »
The first few electric charge points have been installed under the Milton Keynes Go Ultra Low Cities infrastructure programme.
Shell is to host the UK’s first ultra-fast charging points installed under the manufacturer-backed Ionity network, which is targeting 400 sites across Europe by 2020.
Additional funding for electric vehicles, charging infrastructure and the plug-in car grant has today been announced in the 2017 Budget by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Drivers charging plug-in vehicles at work will no longer be subject to a Benefit-in-Kind charge as of next April, under measures announced during the 2017 Budget.
Dutch energy company Alfen has published a free guide on smart chargers and their associated benefits.
Utility company, Eon, has launched a Europe-wide electric mobility initiative, including ultra-fast workplace charging points and a network enabling EV drivers to get from the UK … Read More »