LeasePlan has published a new report reviewing the readiness of 20 European markets for the transition to electric vehicles (EV).
The UK’s EV market and infrastructure has been ranked in third place as part of a new index looking at readiness for the transition to zero emission vehicles.
The AA is calling on the industry to make sure that as the UK’s charging network continues to grow, it is made accessible for the one in five people with disabilities.
A network of 1,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging points have been fast tracked for installation in the London, South East and East of England.
More new battery electric vehicles (BEVs) were registered in 2021 than the last five years combined, according to the latest new car data from the SMMT.
More than half of all UK councils either have no EV charging transition strategy planned or have not started them yet, according to Smart Cities Connections.
Geely-owned Zeekr has partnered with Mobileye to launch self-driving vehicles by 2024 that require limited human interaction.
Mark Sutcliffe investigates how the Government can ‘level up’ Britain’s EV charging network.
The EV Energy Taskforce has published four new reports that define the conditions required to enable the UK to make a success of zero emissions transport.
The EU commission has proposed introducing new requirements for all new parking spaces at home and work to be pre-wired for electric car charges.
The Government has cut the plug-in car grant by £1,000 and reduced the plug-in van grant by £500 in order to make remaining funds go further.
Parkopedia has launched its new ‘Park and Charge’ service that aims to unify the world’s fragmented public electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
Denso will start trialling new integrated electric vehicle charging infrastructure technology that can top-up vehicles while they’re at a standstill in traffic.
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) took 18.8% market share for UK new car registrations in November, according to the latest data from the SMMT.
Rightcharge, the charge point and energy tariff comparison service, has raised £700k in funding to help accelerate the adoption of smart EV charging in the UK.
The ratio of electric vehicle charge points to plug-in cars deteriorated by almost a third (31%) during 2020, according to new research from the SMMT.
Osprey Charging has opened the first of 150 planned electric vehicle (EV) charging hubs at a site in Wolverhampton as part of a £75 million UK rollout.
Oxford City Council and Pivot Power have started work on installing 38 fast and rapid chargers ahead of a planned Oxford Superhub launch in February 2022.
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.