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.
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).
Science and Technology Committee also calls for a ban on new ‘conventional’ petrol and diesel vehicles, including hybrids, by 2035, at the latest.
The development and launch of the app, available at the Google Play Store, was made possible thanks to a £36,000 funding boost from the Green Economy Fund.
Centrica has announced further growth of its digital service, Local Heroes,
The Government has revealed plans to have new-build homes fitted with their own EV charging point.
DfT has awarded almost £40m to 12 projects aimed at transforming the UK’s electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
Engenie has received planning permission from Cardiff Council for the first 4 of 12 new rapid electric vehicle (EV) charge points, doubling the number of city centre chargers.
Pod Point is once again making its 2,000-strong public charging network free on Clean Air Day, to promote the benefits of electric vehicles.
Engie has acquired ChargePoint Services (CPS), a UK provider of integrated EV charging solutions, and owner and operator of EV charging network, GeniePoint.
Long-term tax incentives, improved lead times and more rapid charge points are needed if the Government is to meet its ‘net zero’ emissions pledge.
New products will allow fleets to meet the additional power demands of new charging points by generating, storing and managing their own power on site.
The research suggests delivering this infrastructure will cost some £1.6 billion between 2020 and 2030.
Ionity will open its first UK station next month on the M20 near Maidstone, marking the first step of a planned network of 50 over the next 18 months.
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