Almost half of all drivers now want to switch to a zero-emission vehicle after experiencing improved air quality during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Volkswagen’s Group Components division is testing a new vehicle-to-grid capable 22kW DC electric vehicle charging solution.
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) recorded their third largest ever monthly share of UK new car registrations in November.
Transport Minister Rachel Maclean has said the green number plates used on EVs could unlock cheaper parking and free-entry into zero emission zones.
Anna Heaton, partner at Addleshaw Goddard, looks at the scale of the problem and the behaviour changes needed to hit net zero by 2050.
UK Power Networks is calling on SMEs in the South East to voice their future requirements for transport so its can help them make the switch to EV.
A consortium of companies from the automotive industry has called for the Government to focus on decarbonising fuel, not vehicles, according to a new report.
Elmo, the UK-based electric car subscription company, has won £68,000 in funding from Innovate UK to help grow its platform.
Tesco has committed switching its delivery fleet to fully electric by 2028 as part of a commitment to reach ‘net zero’ by 2035.
Local governments and transport authorities should work more closely with commercial fleets to make a success of EV infrastructure, according to a new report.
Diode, the EV suitability and infrastructure procurement start-up, has secured £146,000 in grant funding from Innovate UK to boost its development.
The number of public electric vehicle charging points in the UK increased by 18% in 2020, according to the latest data from the Department for Transport (DfT).
UK sales of electric vehicles could be hampered due to price rises brought on by a no deal Brexit, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
Mitie has reached its goal of converting 20% of its car and van fleet to electric three months ahead of schedule.
Strong demand for electric and plug-in vehicles couldn't stop a poor result for the UK's new car industry in what is usually the second busiest month of the year.
Plug-in car volumes increased by 121% in August, representing more than one in five of the total market, according to the latest figures from JATO Dynamics.
Tesco, Dixons Carphone, E.On, Heathrow, Lime and SSE have joined the calls for Government to bring forward the new petrol and diesel vehicle ban to 2030.
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.
Birmingham City Council will start its roll out of an initial network of 394 fast and rapid electric vehicle chargers this month.
Roger Brereton, head of sales at Pailton Engineering, weighs in on the debate for greater electric bus design standardisation.