A new digital service called EEVEE has launched, providing fleet managers and EV drivers with data on the true cost of charging electric vehicles (EVs).
Zero-emissions capable cars, including electric, hybrid and fuel cell models, account for a one in three of the available models in the UK, according to the SMMT.
Citroen is offering free roadside assistance cover with all plug-in hybrid and electric models for eight years or 100,000 miles.
Hyundai has reduced the prices for certain Kona Electric and Ioniq Electric, to ensure they are eligible for the plug-in car grant.
Shorter lease periods and no early termination costs make ambitious deadline possible.
Electric company car and van drivers are unable to meet fuel costs using the Government’s advisory electricity rate (AER), according to analysis by TMC.
Fleet operators are being warned that there are fewer replacement tyres available for electric vehicles (EVs) by ATS Euromaster.
Vauxhall has reduced the prices of its Mokka-e and Vivaro-e so that all its electric models are eligible for the revised plug-in grant.
Citroen has reduced the price of it’s range topping e-C4 Shine Plus so that all versions of the electric car are eligible for the revised plug-in car grant.
The Government has cut the electric car grant from £3,000 to £2,500 and excluded models that cost more than £35,000.
The first Fleet News 2025 Strategy Forum put the spotlight on fleets’ five-year planning as UK businesses start the transition towards the ban on sales of new petrol/diesel by 2030.
The Competition and Markets Authority investigation into electric vehicle (EV) charging has shifted its focus to ultra-rapid chargers and on-street charging.
Volkswagen Financial Services Fleet has launched a new offer for fleet and business customers that want to switch to a new VW ID3 electric car.
Rachel Maclean MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state at the Department for Transport, and Gary Cook, deputy director and head of the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles, have been confirmed as keynote speakers at the Electric Fleet Conference.
New research published by LeasePlan highlights a shift in favour towards electric vehicles (EVs), with 58% of UK drivers saying they have a favourable view of electric driving.
FCA’s funding operation Leasys has launched a pay-as-you-go contract hire plan for corporate and private customers.
André ten Bloemendal, vice president of sales in Europe at ChargePoint, reveals his thoughts on why fleets should invest in electric vehicles (EVs) during uncertain times.
The environmental and economic benefits of EVs are clear, says Poppy Welch, head of Go Ultra Low.
Salary sacrifice car schemes are at a ‘tipping point’ says Paul Gilshan, boss of leasing company Tusker.
A line-up of expert speakers has been assembled for the Fleet News Electric Fleet Conference, which will take place virtually on March 23 and 24.
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