Earlier this year, the UK announced plans to bring forward the ban on the product of new diesel and petrol cars to 2035. But urgent measures like this one are necessary.
Electric vehicle drivers in Milton Keynes can now apply to trial domestic smart chargers, vehicle to grid (V2G) chargers and home battery storage.
A two-year initiative to help Nottingham-based organisations trial ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) resulted in 60 organisations receiving £600,000 in grants
I was convinced that this year would be dominated by c for carbon and the journey towards net zero. However, c for Covid-19 has has prompted a huge amount of change.
Tough legislation on carbon emissions and fierce competition are forcing manufacturers to innovate across the automotive supply chain.
Gridserve Sustainable Energy has signed a five year multi-million pound funding deal with Hitachi Capital UK to aid its UK expansion and both will be working on green energy focussed projects.
Frank Muehlon, ABB head of e-mobility infrastructure solutions for ABB, believes commercially available electric vehicle chargers up to 800 volts will be available within the next two years.
A coalition of researchers and scientists have released the findings of a year-long study into the impacts of sourcing metals to produce battery cathodes and wiring for electric vehicles (EVs).
Seventy-eight per cent of organisations are planning to electrify up to half of their fleets, Geotab’s Fleet 2020 report has found.
VW has restarted production of its ID.3 electric vehicle at its Zwickau factory in Germany.
This whitepaper from Capgemini looks at the potential for fuel cell electric vehicles, in an industry where battery powered EVs are dominating the headlines.
Transport and Environment (T&E) has developed a tool that it says shows electric vehicles are three times cleaner than petrol and diesel models.
US credit rating agency Fitch has said coronavirus lockdown measures across the world are likely to severely disrupt electric vehicle supply chains.
FCA Group has set out its plans for billions in investment for sustainability and mobility projects in different markets across the globe.
The GeniePoint Network will be free to use for all key workers during the COVID-19 crisis, Engie has announced.
OLEV has opened the consultation on ending the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans by 2035 or earlier.
Over half of UK dealers (53%) plan to stock alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) on their forecourts in the next five years, according to research from Close Brothers Motor Finance’s Dealer Satisfaction Survey.
Aceleron, the UK developer of reusable battery solutions, is working with Eco Charger, an electric all terrain vehicle provider, to repurpose 90% of batteries for resuse through a buy-back scheme.
Nottingham is offering trials of electric vehicles for 30 days as part of a try before you buy scheme being operated by EV leasing company DriveElectric.
Drivers are deterred from switching to electric vehicles because they do not have access to chargers at home, according to a new report.