Instavolt switches on rapid chargers, Tesco charge points hit charging milestone and MFG appoints EAN for ultra-fast charge point rollout.
The lack of an effective national strategy for creating kerbside charging infrastructure is emerging as the biggest barrier to adoption of EVs by businesses.
Allstar Business Solutions has partnered with Plug-N-Go, adding 18 sites to the Allstar One Electric network.
Hawkins replaces Mark Dickens who becomes managing director of Elexent, a Renault-owned firm providing companies with electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions.
Fleet operations in the UK are best placed to switch their cars and vans from petrol and diesel to electric vehicles (EVs), according to Webfleet Solutions.
BP Pulse has announced a new partnership with The EV Network, which will “significantly” expand its ultra-fast electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
The new 130% super-deduction tax relief announced by the Chancellor in the Budget could see more businesses decide to buy outright to take advantage of the potential savings, according to the March broadcast of the Fleet News at 10.
New figures show businesses are twice as likely as consumers to make the switch from petrol or diesel, says the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Drivers would be more likely to switch to an EV if they had access to a rapid 30-minute charge at an electric forecourt, a survey from Venson suggests.
Innovate UK is supporting a new project to trial the use of a three-socket EV charger that can be connected to a single charge point.
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