The latest from the fleet industry including Activate Group announcing a new charging network for customers and TMC reports a strong demand for its services.
Hitachi Capital UK has invested £10 million in EV charging business Gridserve to support the rollout of 100 new Electric Forecourts.
Here Technologies has unveiled a new electric vehicle (EV) routing feature aimed at delivering drivers the most optimal route, including charging time.
Tesla expanded its UK dealer network to 25 sites during 2020 and plans further growth in 2021.
Air quality concerns, climate change, customer demand, and corporate social responsibilities are all putting increasing pressure on UK businesses to accelerate their investment in electric vehicles.
Nissan, E.ON Drive and Imperial College London have published a whitepaper exploring the benefits of bi-directional charging electric vehicles (EVs).
Zap-Map has published its annual electric vehicle (EV) charging network satisfaction ranking, which places Tesla’s Supercharger network as the UK’s favorite.
In less than a decade, sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans will be banned. It is, therefore, no surprise that manufacturers are prioritising their full electric and plug-in hybrid model variants.
New tariff to launch in early 2021 is announced alongside set of new partnerships in electric mobility.
Manheim Vehicle Services (MVS) has invested over £100,000 in partnership with Pod Point, to install 30 electric vehicle (EV) chargers at MVS Bruntingthorpe.
Joe Gorman, director UK and Ireland at ChargePoint, explains how to streamline fleet practices post-COVID and how this will help with further EV adoption in the UK.
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