Centrica has signed a deal with Volkswagen to install home charging stations through its British Gas brand for all Volkswagen Group brand customers in the UK.
Traditional barriers to the adoption of EVs, such as range and charging infrastructure, no longer fill fleets with anxiety, a new survey suggests.
More than 3 million public charging points will be needed if the EU is to become climate neutral by 2050, according to research group Transport & Environment (T&E).
Volkswagen has outlined a new mobile charging robot concept that can be deployed in car parks to charge electric vehicles (EVs) in any space.
Consumers likely to charge electric vehicles (EVs) during early evening peak unless managed, TRL trial finds.
All new cars and vans to be electric, but will 2030, 2035 or 2040 be the target date?
Incoming EU transport commissioner and Romanian MEP Adina-Ioana Vălean did not mention EV infrastructure as part of her opening statement in European Parliament.
More than half of drivers have a favourable view of EVs, but 64% said insufficient charging infrastructure is preventing them from making the change
EV chargepoints part of work which will include converting the airport's own fleet to zero emissions.
Emissions reduction rate must radically improve, says new report
Roads Minister Michael Ellis has today (24 June 2019) announced that all government-funded home chargepoints installed in the future must be ‘smart’.
Ionity has opened its first high-power charging station in Maidstone, providing 350kW charging using renewable energy sources.
A new survey by Kia has found that 87% of fleet managers have seen an increased demand for electrified vehicles, but the majority feel that the cars won’t be suitable for another 2-5 years.
ScottishPower is launching a new tariff for electric vehicle owners that provides discounted charging during off peak hours.
Marston’s Inns and Taverns has partnered with Engenie to to roll out rapid chargers across its pubs nationwide.
Lack of product, price and infrastructure are holding van fleet operators back from adopting pure electric vans (EVs) in greater numbers.
Electric vehicles are expected to become dominant in 89% of fleets before the end of the next decade, according to a new study by Geotab.
Fleet decision-makers also discuss cash or company car options and car clubs
Kia and Hyundai are planning to introduce ‘solar roof’ charging technology on selected models.
PwC Strategy&’s Powering Ahead report, written in conjunction with Energy UK, suggests the UK electric vehicle market is now at a tipping point.
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