Adopting e-cargo bikes can have significant cost, environmental and efficiency benefits for fleets – if used in the right circumstances.
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.
Northern Irish dealership group Charles Hurst Renault has made a move to a cleaner, greener staff vehicle fleet of electric Renault Zoes.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has launched a new electric vehicle (EV) charter and accompanying training course.
DriveElectric is supplying the electric vehicles (EVs) for a new £28.5 million smart energy island project in Orkney.
Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions is urging fleets of all sizes to be confident they can make the switch to electric vehicles (EVs).
The latest from the fleet industry including Severn Trent adding 19 new Hyundai Konas to its fleet and Alphabet forming a partnership with SG Fleet.
Avant Homes has introduced a fleet of 30 Honda e electric vehicles (EVs) for its regional sales teams to use.
Renault has revealed an EV version of its Megane that will go on sale in 2022 and will launch 'the most affordable EV in Europe' with the new Dacia Spring.
Hyundai has been awarded an initial contract to supply 180 Kona Electric 64kWh vehicles to Police Scotland, it’s largest pure electric fleet deal to date.
Mitie has delivered its 750th electric vehicle, taking it past its 20% by 2020 target three months ahead of schedule.
Passionate electric vehicle campaigner Nigel Morris leads by example
Energy company Total has acquired Source London, the electric vehicle charging network with 1,600 on-street locations, for an undisclosed sum.
Nissan has created a new Leaf-based concept to showcase the capabilities of an electric vehicle (EV) to provide power in the event of a natural disaster or extreme weather.
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