Toyota has signalled possible plans to launch electric vehicles alongside its other alternative and conventionally fuelled vehicles.
Energy firm Engie and the Municipality of Rotterdam are running a pilot scheme on wireless charging for electric cars.
German auto supplier Preh is to develop wireless electric vehicle charging systems (WEVC) based on technology from Qualcomm under a new licence agreement.
Tesla is to implement a system of Supercharger credits, replacing the current free set-up.
Nissan is seeking companies running EVs to take part in Vehicle-to-Grid technology trials as it pushes ahead with installing the technology in its own facilities.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has published a document outlining details of the new grant schemes for installing EV charging points at workplaces.
Cenex has announced dates for LCV2017, which will mark the 10th anniversary of the Low Carbon Vehicle event.
A High Court ruling has found that the Government broke the law by failing to tackle illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) air pollution as quickly as possible.
IT giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise is to work with electric car maker National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) to accelerate global electric car production.
Drivers could be given extra incentives to switch to for ultra-low emission vehicles, including being allowed to use bus lanes and given priority at traffic lights under a consultation on Clean Air Zones.
Australian EV charging specialist Tritium is to launch three new products this week, including a fast charger for fleets and workplaces.
MINI’s first plug-in hybrid is said to be almost production-ready, and looks likely to launch as part of the Countryman line-up.
Public and private fleets including the Science Museum and Aberdeen City Councils are to implement Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell cars after winning funding from the Government.
Said to be the first of its kind for a UK airport, a new electric car sharing service is being rolled out at Gatwick Airport.
A new UK project is to examine standards for charging electric vehicles, readying the electrical grid for an increase in EV usage.
Clean fuel company ITM Power has opened a new public hydrogen refuelling station in Rainham, East London.
Fleets as well as private customers are being offered a free Chargemaster Homecharge unit as well as POLAR Plus membership when they buy a new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is to provide a fleet of 50 electric vehicles to the Conference of Parties COP22 in Marrakech.
Construction and civil engineering firm Costain has launched a study looking at the feasibility of installing a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) scheme for a London Smart City development.
The Source London charging network is to gain 400 new charge points on EV dedicated bays by the end of this year although charges will now be levied on use of the network.