The public charging infrastructure is key to the success of electric vehicles, with the Government recently announcing £1.3 billion of funding to grow it.
Goal is for the company to be carbon-neutral by 2030, says head of UK Mobility Services, Wayne Warburton
Siemens will collaborate with hydrogen car maker Riversimple to help it prepare for full-scale production.
Popularity of leasing is growing with more than three-quarters of company cars now financed this way
Siemens has unveiled the UK’s first avenue that has been fully converted to cater for electric vehicle (EV) charging, coined ‘Electric Avenue, W9’.
British Gas had introduced a range of initiatives concerning vehicle downtime, driver welfare and the environmental performance of the fleet.
Active Building Centre – Swansea University has introduced a range of initiatives to help improve air quality and reduce congestion in its locality.
Siemens UK achieve car club benefits.
Examples of the strategies adopted by various different fleets, and why they work for them.
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.
Awards finalists swap notes on how they are adjusting to EVs and clean air legislation at the latest Fleet News roundtable. By Andrew Ryan
Ben Rooth runs down the various rental options available and offers guidance for fleets, with help from industry experts.
Through the ChargePlace Scotland project, 100% grant funding is available to Scottish based businesses for the installation of EV charge points for workplaces.
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