From ‘infancy’ through ‘adolescence’ and on to ‘adulthood’ the long road of autonomous vehicles can be likened to that of human development.
Fleet assistant Jason Smith believes running an electric vehicle fleet offers multiple benefits to the university and its drivers, as Andrew Ryan found out
New testing regimes aim to give CO2 and economy figures that more accurately reflect true driving experiences. Christopher Smith reports
Emission caps and a CO2-based tax system can help promote greener cars, but there are other ways to further accelerate take-up. Andrew Ryan reports
As increasing numbers of fleets investigate electric vehicles it is important to ask the right questions before deciding to join the trend. John Maslen reports.
With electric power tipped to become the dominant form of propulsion by 2027, experts from the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK debate the implications this will have on diesel and petrol engines. Andrew Ryan reports
Carbon offsetting schemes help green-minded fleets to see the bigger picture and fulfil their corporate social responsibility obligations. Christopher Smith reports
Nottingham wants to “lead by example” to encourage businesses to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) after it was named as a Go Ultra Low City.
The Go Ultra Low Companies scheme was launched earlier this year to recognise organisations that commit to using electric vehicles. Andrew Ryan looks at how six fleets achieved the standard
Fleets account for 65% of electric/hybrid registrations but, at just over 1% of the total UK parc, decision-makers are still reluctant to embrace the technology, reports Chris Phillips
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