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Natalie Middleton

London development installs 38 Evolt charge points

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The new Fitzroy Place residential and commercial development in London has installed 38 electric vehicle charge points from Evolt.

Facelifted VW e-Up goes on sale

9 months ago / 0 comments

Volkswagen has opened order books for its facelifted e-Up electric car.

Met Police trial range-extended BMW i3

9 months ago / 0 comments

The London Metropolitan Police has begun a trial of a range-extended BMW i3 as a patrol car, with the aim of evaluating how electric vehicles could perform in a live operational environment. 

Volkswagen Group and JAC to explore EVs for China

9 months ago / 0 comments

The Volkswagen Group is in discussions with China’s state-owned Anhui Jianghuai Automobile (JAC) over the joint development of electric vehicles in China.

ChargedEV becomes sole installation partner for Tusker

9 months ago / 0 comments

Salary sacrifice specialist Tusker has signed up ChargedEV as its sole installation partner for all domestic and commercial EV charging projects.

Winning ‘Go Ultra Low Cities’ to showcase work at Cenex-LCV2016

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Some of the cities that recently won a shared £40m in the Government’s ‘Go Ultra Low Cities’ scheme are to exhibit at next month’s LCV2016 to showcase their work in incentivising EV take-up.

Kia launches 37g/km Optima PHEV

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Kia has launched its Optima PHEV, marked as the brand’s first plug-in hybrid.

Australian state commits to low-emission targets for government fleet

9 months ago / 0 comments

The state of South Australia has set out low-emission vehicle targets for its vehicle fleet in line with its plans to make Adelaide, the state capital, the world’s first carbon neutral city.

EVs could fit needs for 87% of U.S. drivers

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The majority of vehicles on the road in the United States could be replaced by EVs, putting paid to range anxiety, new research has found.

Whitecar to expand Tesla rental fleet with help of Total Motion

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Rental firm Whitecar is expanding its fleet of Tesla rental vehicles with the support of Total Motion.

EV industry expert joins Evolt in Scotland

9 months ago / 0 comments

Electric vehicle charge point supplier Evolt has appointed Stephen Rennie, a foremost specialist in low carbon and sustainable transport, as business development manager – Scotland.

University of Bristol replaces four diesel vans with EVs

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The University of Bristol has deployed four electric vehicles after it identified their benefits for specific operations compared to diesels.

Ameren plans for charging corridor in Missouri

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Utility company Ameren Missouri is planning to introduce public charging stations for EVs along Interstate 70 in Missouri, US.

Leading fleets awarded Go Ultra Low Company status

9 months ago / 0 comments

Fleets including Transport for London, University of Cambridge, Britvic and PODPoint have already signed up to the ‘Go Ultra Low Company’ scheme just three months after the launch of the initiative.

LA car sharing service launches with Tesla Model X fleet

10 months ago / 0 comments

Car sharing startup, Green Commuter, is launching a fleet of seven Tesla Model X electric SUVs in August, available for businesses and private consumers in the Los Angeles area.

York private hire taxi firm adds further hybrids to fleet

10 months ago / 0 comments

York-based Streamline Taxis has added two Toyota Priuses to its fleet. Supplied by Vantage Motor Group, the new vehicles join 18 Toyota Auris Hybrid models previously ordered from Vantage.

Transport Scotland funding helps Scottish Borders Council acquire EVs

10 months ago / 0 comments

Scottish Borders Council has acquired six electric vehicles with the help of Transport Scotland funding.

New scheme puts Airbnb concept to use for EV charging

10 months ago / 0 comments

Renault has launched a new scheme that give Swedish drivers the opportunity to recharge their electric car at someone else’s home.

Hyundai and U.S. Department of Energy expand fuel cell vehicle partnership

11 months ago / 0 comments

Hyundai and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) have entered the second phase of the fuel cell vehicle partnership as they prepare for the rollout of fuel cell vehicles nationwide in the near future.

EV market share failing to keep pace with 2020 emissions targets

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Significant increases in uptake of electric vehicles are essential to meeting future emissions standards, a new report finds.