Vehicle manufacturers have pushed back against the Government’s 2030 deadline for the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales by asking for a five year extension.
Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) has launched the 2Charge, a new ultra-lightweight commercial vehicle based on its 2Cubed model, to support e-scooter deployment.
This document by EVA England reports on the findings of a consumer survey on drivers’ experiences with public electric vehicle charging in England.
Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England has called on government to make ‘key reforms’ to improve confidence in public electric vehicle (EV) charging.
Just 4% of home chargers would need to be shared publicly to bridge a public infrastructure gap for EVs, according to new estimates by Dodona Analytics.
Polestar, the EV specialist brand owned by Swedish carmaker Volvo, is working to offer an emissions free vehicle by changing the way cars are made.
The Charge My Street campaign is set to install 100 new electric vehicle (EV) charge points throughout Cumbria and Lancashire.
Nearly 45% of drivers have said Covid-19 has made them see the car as more essential, according to a new report from consultancy OC&C.
Liberty Charge is rolling out 20 electric vehicle charging points across 10 sites in the London borough of Waltham Forest.
There are ‘many routes’ to create 1,000-mile battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and the effect on market uptake would be ‘profound’, IDTechEx has reported.
BP Pulse is set to expand its ultra-fast EV charging infrastructure with new charging hubs, the first of which is set to open this year.
Leeds City Council is calling for views on its draft Connecting Leeds Transport Strategy before the consultation closes on April 11.
The Scottish Government is investing £7 million to support zero emission mobility across two new innovation projects.
Low-income voters who are reluctant to pay for charging at public points could halt mass adoption of EVs, according to the Social Market Foundation.
The Government has provided £54 million of funding for three projects to develop hydrogen fuel cells for buses and lightweight structures for electric heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
The CMA is narrowing its focus on ultra-rapid chargers and on-street charging as part of its investigation into the electric vehicle infrastructure.