Move will see fleet of 16,000 EVs across Europe, Japan and the US – saving more than 80,000 metric tonnes CO2 a year.
Emissions reduction rate must radically improve, says new report
Engenie has received planning permission from Cardiff Council for the first 4 of 12 new rapid electric vehicle (EV) charge points, doubling the number of city centre chargers.
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.
NewMotion has announced that it installed over 100,000 charge points in its European roaming charging network.
Zap-Map has announced that Good Energy has taken a 12.9% share in its parent company, with an option to take a majority share within two years.
Kia Motors UK has announced that Pod Point has become its official homecharge provider, as part of a new two-year partnership.
Swarco eVolt has reported a record year of growth in 2018, following a new supplier contract and recruitment drive.
But several barriers stand in the way of V2G technology providing a solution
The EV recharging infrastructure should require no driver involvement in preparation for fleets of driverless vehicles. By Alex Gruzen
Government-funded and commercial-backed ventures are seeking to identify solutions to some of the most pressing concerns around EV charging infrastructure.
InstaVolt has installed its 200th rapid charger, having put its first unit in the ground in Devon just over 12 months ago.
Engenie announced its new partnership with M7 Real Estate to install rapid EV chargers across all of M7’s out of town retail warehouses.
Four common electric vehicle myths have been ‘dispelled’ by Fleet Evolution to encourage more drivers to switch to EV.
Sarah Tooze, deputy editor, on the reality businesses face when they 'go electric'.
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.
Siemens and partner Ubitricity to provide on street residential electric vehicle charging points using existing street light infrastructure with £3.7m investment from Go-Ultra Low City Scheme.
Anderson EV has launched the A2 next generation charge point, capable of charging an electric car to 80% in just 30 minutes.
It started out on a farm, but EO Charging is reaping the benefits of being a second generation supplier of EV charging solutions. Sarah Tooze reports
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