Highlighting the huge savings drivers can make by choosing an EV is a great persuader. There are also other ways to entice employees to adopt the technology.
The reasons an organisation should adopt battery electric vehicles can be boiled down to the three Es: economic, environmental and ethical
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has launched a new electric vehicle (EV) charter and accompanying training course.
Royal Mail has joined the UK Electric Fleets Coalition, which is calling on the UK Government to commit to 100% electric vehicle (EV) sales by 2030.
EAV will launch an electric taxi bike in spring 2021 aimed at the urban private hire market.
Mina Energy and The Algorithm People are forming a partnership to help fleet operators adopt and manage electric vehicles (EVs).
Fleet200 companies have different views on whether a business should contribute to a home charging point if an employee chooses an electric vehicle (EV).
The aim is for the fleet, rental and leasing sector to own and operating around 900,000 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) within five years.
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers at Mitie have expressed concerns about public charging infrastructure in the company’s latest driver survey.
Thefts of catalytic converters from vehicles in England and Wales were six times higher in 2019 than the previous year.
More than a third (37%) of companies with fewer than 100 employees either already operate or plan to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) within the next three years, according to Arval Mobility Observatory research.
To celebrate World EV Day, we’ve compiled the latest, top stories including the Government announcement of plans to accelerate EV uptake and the roll out of a new EV support service from the AA.
A revised company car scheme at Arval has led half its drivers to switch to an electric vehicle (EV), since launching in May.
Global Action Plan (GAP), the charity behind Clean Air Day, is calling on the Government to introduce new electric vehicle (EV) sale quotas for car manufacturers of at least 15%.
The Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England is urging the Government to bring the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles forward to 2030.
Arcadis, LEVL Telematics and Geotab have joined forces to offer a digital solution to help organisations looking to transition their fleets to electric vehicles (EVs).
Fleets considering electrification should “stay calm” and take a considered decision before making the move to EVs.
Fleets report fuel use fell by as much as 38% during the lockdown period as staff worked from home, and business trips were put on hold.
Government plans to end the sale of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2035, or earlier, would fail to recognise the diverse needs of fleet operators.
Electrified car sales have grown across Europe, while overall new car registrations remain in decline, according to Jato Dynamics data.
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