Ionity, the car manufacturer-led electric vehicle charging network, has raised €700 million (£590m) to boost charging stations across Europe to 1,500.
Innovate UK has awarded £335,000 to Bonnet, EDF, DG Cities and Devon County Council to work on the Rural Electric Mobility Enabler (REME) project.
New research published by global law firm DLA Piper examines decarbonisation strategies in three key transportation subsectors: aviation, rail and shipping.
Tevva has successfully raised £42 million in investment to rapidly scale up production in London of its new 7.5-tonne electric truck.
Pelican Engineering has launched a network for zero emission bus and coach operators to support best practice as the sector transitions to greener transport.
Giles Clifford, rail, transport and infrastructure partner at the law firm, reflects on the COP26 Transport Day.
Car clubs across Scotland have now completed over 240,000 miles in electric vehicles (EV), according to latest figures by Transport Scotland.
Electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure company Connected Kerb has pledged to install 190,000 public on-street chargers in the UK by 2030.
DevicePoint has put together this report to learn more about areas like EV funding at a local authority level and councils’ plans for installing new EV chargers in their area.
Just over half of UK councils (52%) made no investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure last year, according to a freedom of information request.
EV rapid charger availability at UK supermarkets has doubled in less than two years to 450 units, according to data from Zap-Map and the RAC.
The Milton Keynes Go Ultra Low City Scheme has opened the first of the two planned electric vehicle (EV) community charging hubs.
The Government wants to introduce a new zero emission vehicle mandate that will set targets for a percentage of vehicle sales to be zero emission each year from 2024.
The Government has set out its policies and proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet net zero targets by 2050.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has partnered with EO Charging to provide customers with electric vehicle infrastructure support.
Ordnance Survey’s two-day OS Map and Hack event has helped develop new ideas to improve electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure across the UK.
Electric vehicle (EV) sales were the highest ever recorded in September, with 32,721 BEVs joining the road in the month.
Majority (87%) of motorists agree that a financial solution to counter fuel tax losses from growing electric vehicle (EV) adoption is needed.
Major change is needed to decarbonise transport. Jonathan Manning looks at the next steps following the publication of the Government’s plan
New EV charge points installed at home and in the workplace will be pre-programmed to switch off during peak hours to help ease pressure on the National Grid.