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Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Budget to the House of Commons brought a number of significant announcements about electric vehicles.
Iceland’s Reykjavik Energy has awarded a public sector tender to install 15 new fast chargers to ABB.
Ford and privately owned Chinese automobile manufacturer Zotye have inked a deal to develop and manufacture electric vehicles under a new Chinese brand as they also explore the market for mobility services.
A new electric vehicle telematics solution has launched to enable fleets to complete more journeys between charges and eliminate range anxiety.
Around 230 charging points are to go live in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire and Derby as Nottingham City Council drives its Go Ultra Low City status.
Future high-renewable energy systems in the UK and Germany will require more flexible solutions – including smart charging and vehicle-to-grid infrastructures – to help ensure power continuity.
Siemens Energy Management is to work with Ubitricity to develop electromobility solutions including for fleets.
Dutch energy company Alfen has published a free guide on smart chargers and their associated benefits.
Fareham-based Taylor Made Computer Solutions is switching to an all-electric fleet as it looks to slash its carbon footprint.
LeasePlan is launching a new electric vehicle pilot programme to help corporates make the switch to electric vehicles.
Electric vehicle drivers who run out of charge on the road can now benefit from a new AA emergency charging service.
Vauxhall and parent firm Opel is to debut a next-generation electric Corsa and a plug-in hybrid version of its Grandland X crossover by 2020 under post-takeover plans to bring the company back into profit.
Electric vehicle drivers looking to take action on drivers of conventional ICE vehicles parking at EV charge points can now sign a petition for it to be made an offence.
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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.