Energy company Total has acquired Source London, the electric vehicle charging network with 1,600 on-street locations, for an undisclosed sum.
Ofgem is considering introducing new rules, which would allow power companies to switch of electric vehicle (EV) home-chargers during times of high demand.
Home working, home charging model being created by the adoption of electric company cars and the effects of the coronavirus crisis.
The AA is rolling out its new EV Support Service division to help support more fleets and businesses that have plug-in vehicle drivers.
The partnership, extending through to 2040, will see Drive Energi build, own and operate 300 locations over the next three years.
Worries around charging infrastructure have been cited as the biggest perceived disadvantage to electric vehicles, according to a DfT survey.
Start-up company Trojan Energy is installing 200 of its kerbside electric vehicle (EV) chargers across Brent and Camden as part of a trial in the capital.
NewMotion has agreed a deal to provide charge points for Alphabet drivers and customers both at home and in the workplace.
Engie has agreed a deal to provide electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities across Biffa’s UK sites.
The clustering of electric vehicles may already be more common than many people expect, a Vehicle to Grid (V2G) trial suggests.
By Leon Rooke, commercial sales manager at Centrica Business Solutions
Most fleets will have gone electric, well ahead of the 2035 target banning the sale of petrol, diesel or hybrid car, a survey by Survation, on behalf of London First, has found.
According to new research from Uswitch.com, Stoke-on-Trent, Southend and Birmingham are among the cities that could benefit most from the Government’s £500 million ‘Rapid Charging Fund’.
Engenie has appointed a new chief technology officer (CTO), James Wehner, who is set to ‘revolutionise’ the electric vehicle (EV) charging experience.
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers in Milton Keynes can now apply to trial domestic smart chargers, vehicle to grid (V2G) chargers and home battery storage, with the option to keep the equipment at the end of the project.
The Government has doubled the funding available for on-street residential charge points to encourage greener forms of travel as lockdown restrictions are lifted.
AA survey suggests that drivers want blue signs that indicate an electric vehicle charge point location turned green to make them more prominent.
The UK Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Association (UK EVSE) and the Renewable Energy Association (REA) have announced it will join forces to provide ‘clearer voice’ for EV charging.
Public charging infrastructure is a major consideration when switching to electric vehicles (EVs) and is vital where drivers do not have off-street parking.
Siemens has unveiled the UK’s first avenue that has been fully converted to cater for electric vehicle (EV) charging, coined ‘Electric Avenue, W9’.
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