Almost a third of fleet managers are not aware of the revised benefit-in-kind (BIK) rates for electric vehicles (EVs), according to a new study from Go Ultra Low.
Nottingham is offering trials of electric vehicles for 30 days as part of a try before you buy scheme being operated by EV leasing company DriveElectric.
Many businesses are still wary of electric vehicles (EVs), due to uncertainty about range, charging and how they might fit into their choice lists.
Fleets seeking electric cars face further frustration this year as supply constraints and production delays experienced in 2019 are unlikely to be resolved.
Exeter has been revealed as the UK’s greenest motoring hotspot, with the fastest growth in ultra-low emission vehicle (ULEV) ownership since 2018
Awards celebrate organisations ‘delivering a cleaner and more efficient future for transport across the UK’.
Relaunched Go Ultra Low campaign includes new vehicle manufacturer brands and energy companies.
Chevin Fleet Solutions had previously committed to ensuring that at least 5% of its fleet was electric by 2020, having joined the Go Ultra Low campaign in 2016.
18% say they would like to switch to an electric car next year – one of the top five most popular sustainable resolutions for 2019, according to Go Ultra Low.
The plug-in car grant for ultra-low emission cars will be cut by £1,000 and no longer apply to hybrid cars with a range of less than 70 miles, from November 9.
Sales of pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles have risen every month so far this year, with one being registered every nine minutes in the UK.
Research from Go Ultra Low has revealed several myths around electric vehicles, including 42% of Brits underestimating the amount of EV chargers in the UK.
Fleet decision-makers should ensure plug-in vehicles are ‘fit for purpose’ before replacing diesel or petrol cars and vans.
Go Ultra Low will be holding a debate on the future of electric vehicles at this year’s Hay Festival, with transport minister Jesse Norman on the panel.
The first three months of this year saw 13,327 new electric and plug-in hybrid cars registered, a 16% increase on the same quarter last year, bringing the total on UK roads to 147,431.
Dundee City Council’s ‘Go Ultra Low’ Cities project has been boosted by a rapid charge hub from Connected Energy.
Peter Eldridge, director of the ICFM, highlighted Government policy changes that would help fleets increase their uptake of low-emission vehicles.
Pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles reached record levels in 2017, according to figures released today by Go Ultra Low.
A study by Go Ultra Low has shown that company car drivers could save £7,376 by switching to a 100% electric car.
The first electric vehicle charging points for the Milton Keynes Go Ultra Low Cities infrastructure programme have been installed at Carlton Packaging.
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