Technology that could make electric vehicle charging accessible for people without driveways or garages is being trialled across London.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has boosted its Covid-19 support for bus and tram operators in England by a further £256 million to £700m in total.
BMW has introduced its new eZone technology that will automatically switch its plug-in hybrid models to zero emissions when driving in low emission areas.
The latest National Travel Survey data shows the average car trip made in England in 2019 was just 8.4 miles, well below the range of all plug-in vehicles.
Nissan and energy provider EON are working together on a UK vehicle-to-grid trial to establish the benefits for fleet operators and is looking for more participants.
ABB is rolling out its new Terra 184 chargers in Japan to help modernise the country’s electric vehicle infrastructure.
TfWM will invest £260 million as part of its new Starley Network that will establish 500-miles of cycling and active travel routes across the region.
The DfT has said the number of rapid charging points in the UK has increased by 363% over the last five years to 3,206 units.
UK demand for plug-in vehicles has remained strong in July as pent up demand saw the new car market return to growth despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The majority of drivers in England (82%) have said the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans should end before 2035.