By Kevin Pugh, country manager at Tritium.
London leading the way in UK's EV push.
Drivers want electric vehicles to sound like their internal combustion counterparts to protect vulnerable pedestrians, says report.
By Jonathan Brown, Editor at Glass’s
By Paul Holland, managing director for UK Fuel at Fleetcor
New charging points set for Test Valley.
EDF Group purchases Pivot Power.
Fear of technology and obsession with ownership biggest barriers to shared autonomous mobility, says survey.
Volkswagen Group start battery cell production.
Ford customers will have a smart phone app and charge card, which will allow its drivers access to NewMotion’s charging network.
Volkswagen AG and Northvolt AB have created a 50/50 collaboration to build a factory for lithium-ion batteries.
EV chargepoints part of work which will include converting the airport's own fleet to zero emissions.
Ford and Centrica will offer new electric vehicle services to Ford customers and dealers in the UK and Ireland as Ford accelerates its EV plans in Europe.
Morrisons will become the latest supermarket chain to promote the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) with a charge point specialist set to drive the installation of infrastructure at its UK stores.
Kia Motors UK has announced that Pod Point has become its official homecharge provider, as part of a new two-year partnership.
Monica Guise explains how the University of Birmingham’s fleet will soon be 40% electric or hydrogen – a year ahead of its target.
This short film from ALD Automotive looks at implementing an EV strategy.
Fleets feel pressure to move away from diesel, but viable alternatives are not there
Car & Van Lease Supermarket has announced partner company status with Egnida to help resolve future EV infrastructure challenges.
Venson Automotive Solutions urges businesses to back ‘Clean Air Day’ to help tackle air pollution.
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