The London Taxi Company has appointed Chargemaster as its preferred supplier for home charging units as it pushes ahead with plans to only produce range-extended electric taxis for the UK.
Schneider Electric has teamed up with Arval to deploy a car share fleet of electric vehicles for use between its sites in Grenoble, France.
Diesel registrations in Europe declined 15% in April, ensuring the fuel type has lost its dominance of the car market.
Fleetdrive Electric has launched a new electric vehicle charging solution designed specifically for fleets.
This month saw the Government finally publish its long-awaited air quality plans. What do the plans cover and how will ULEVs play a role?
Australian EV charging specialist Tritium has installed its first fast charger in China as it looks for Chinese sales and service partners.
Daimler has broken ground on a new battery plant, which will play a vital role in its electric vehicle offensive for the next few years.
Ecotricity is launching a new pricing model to use its Electric Highway rapid charging network in a move to charge more proportionally for energy taken.
Renault has demonstrated dynamic wireless electric vehicle charging on two Kangoo Z.E. vehicles.
A new EV charging service that enables drivers to use domestic, wall-mounted chargepoints of other members has gone live in the UK with over 60 chargepoints on its books.
ACFO has called on HMRC to publish Advisory Fuel Rates for plug-in cars for Q3 onwards to increase take-up and mass adoption by fleets.
Mitsubishi Motors is put all technicians in its dealer network through Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) qualifications in electric and hybrid vehicles.
Alphabet GB Limited has returned to using Chargemaster as its official electric vehicle charging partner in the UK, following a formal tender.
Latest data from the Glass’s Editorial indicates that Toyota Prius values have risen since the start of the year.
Growing demand for electric vehicle knowledge amongst car dealers has led to the introduction of new training sessions on the south coast.
Transport for London (TfL) has taken the first steps in a new scheme that will see 300 rapid charge points deployed in the capital by 2020.
Forthcoming changes to Benefit-in-Kind tax for ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) have been put on hold in advance of the election.
National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) is teaming up with Chinese EV startup ICONIQ to jointly develop vehicles.
Energy powering Source London charge points is to be 100% renewable from now on.
Cenex is holding a one-day event in May to help fleet decision-makers assess current low-emission vehicle options and their suitability for everyday operation.