Cutting-edge advances in electric mobility solutions for fleets are to come under focus in next year’s Fleet World Honours, which are now open for entries. As well as recognising the latest developments by … Read More »
BMW Group, Daimler, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group have committed to plans to launch a network of 400 ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles along major European routes.
Chinese state-owned car manufacturer Changan Automobile has laid out plans to stop sales of petrol-engined vehicles by 2025 as it focuses solely on electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Although the UK is on course to achieve emissions reductions targets to 2022, achieving longer-term goals will require more investment and policies in areas including electric vehicle take-up.
Aston Barclay has installed twin electric vehicle chargers across its network to ensure the company is fully prepared for the growing number of electric and plug-in hybrid models set to through the auction halls.
Toyota is to showcase its latest fuel cell vehicle developments with a new concept at the Tokyo Moto Show next week.
Plans to make electric vehicle charge points mandatory at motorway services and large petrol retailers have taken a step forwards along with developments in insurance for automated cars.
Teesside University has installed 12 Rolec AutoCharge charging points linked up to the EV Charge Online network.
ALD Automotive UK is using its latest experiences of testing electric vehicles to help fleets looking to go green.
The Fastned fast charging network is introducing a new ‘Autocharge’ solution that enables charging sessions to start directly after plugging in an electric vehicle.
Chargemaster’s Polar network is now the largest rapid charging network in the UK, according to the firm, following the installation of the 300th unit.
Renault has added two electric vehicle specialists to its fleet team to provide expert guidance for fleets looking to switch to EVs.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has outlined plans to eliminate petrol and diesel vehicles in the city by 2030 – with incentives on ULEVs to play a crucial role rather than an actual ban.
Shell has signed a deal to buy NewMotion, one of Europe’s largest electric vehicle charging providers, as it looks to ramp up its charging proposition.
Electric vehicle drivers using Chargemaster’s POLAR charging network can benefit from discounts on parking through the Q-Park network.
Petrol and diesel cars could be banned in Oxford city centre from 2020 under what’s believed to be the world’s first Zero Emission Zone.
Europcar has teamed up with Go Ultra Low to run a one-day roadshow in Manchester showcasing the latest electric vehicle developments.
Australian EV charging specialist Tritium has opened its new global HQ and manufacturing site in Brisbane, increasing its capacity sevenfold. The new facility will have production capacity for 6,000 chargers per year but the firm … Read More »
The Range Rover is now available with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain as well an updated cabin and new tech under a mid-life facelift.