Funding increased and plan to give drivers real-time information about places to charge their electric car revealed.
The Government is investing £3.4 million in wireless charging technology trials at taxi ranks in Nottingham.
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce has made a series of recommendations to enable the efficient integration of electric vehicles (EVs).
Analysis by Moneybarn reveals which regions have the most and fewest charge points per electric vehicle (EV) registered in that area.
By Hannah Collishaw, director of E.ON Drive in the UK
TfL and Engenie have joined forces to open London’s first rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at Stratford International Station car park.
By Alain Costa, head of service/delivery fleet Europe at ChargePoint
Foxtons says it will switch its fleet of 850 cars to electric vehicles by 2030, but wants EV infrastructure to be better to help fleets make the switch sooner.
Free voice-activated function on Google Assistant allows users to search for EV charge points using voice commands at home, work or on the move.
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers at 100 Tesco stores across the UK are now able to top up their battery for free while shopping.
Providers and policymakers are being warned that a fragmented charge point network is slowing the take-up of electric vehicles (EVs).
All new cars and vans to be electric, but will 2030, 2035 or 2040 be the target date?
Oxford is trialling six pop-up electric vehicle (EV) charge points for residents who have no off-street parking.
New charging points set for Test Valley.
EDF Group purchases Pivot Power.
Roll out of rapid vehicle chargers at over 300 stores over the next three years.
Allego, EVBox, NewMotion, Chargemap, ChargePoint, Charge4Europe, Engenie, Franklin Energy, and Travelcard have signed the agreement.
Nissan and EDF have signed a deal to work together on developing smart charging solutions, known as vehicle to grid (V2G), for electric vehicles (EVs).
Hyundai Motor Group has joined Ionity, the joint venture between BMW Group, Ford Motor Company, Daimler AG, and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG.
Science and Technology Committee also calls for a ban on new ‘conventional’ petrol and diesel vehicles, including hybrids, by 2035, at the latest.
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