All-new RAV4 drops diesel Toyota’s new RAV4 will bring much tougher styling and petrol/hybrid powertrains as the brand pushes ahead with plans to axe diesels from its European line-up.
Daimler and Chinese partner BYD have launched a new electric vehicle solely for the Chinese market.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has launched a consultation to explore possible solutions that could prevent grid overloads from mass take-up of electric vehicles without the need for network reinforcements.
Shell has opened a hydrogen refuelling station on the M40 at the Beaconsfield Services.
The majority of company car daily journeys could be completed using electric vehicles, new research from ALD Automotive has found.
Multi-million pound funding from the Department for Transport is to be used to increase the number of hydrogen refuelling stations in the UK as well as put nearly 200 new hydrogen-powered fleet vehicles on … Read More »
Greater Manchester is to add 48 rapid charging points to its electric vehicle charging network with the help of government funds.
Drivers and fleets opting for a new LDV EV80 electric van can now get an £8,000 grant towards the purchase price.
Oxfordshire has become the latest place to open a Hydrogen Hub initiative, driving the launch of new hydrogen and fuel cell projects in the area.
Skanska UK has deployed 67 electric vehicle charge points, believed to be one of the largest single-site installations in Europe to date.
Southampton City Council has delivered the first phase of a new city-wide charging network with the introduction of 30 new electric vehicle charging points.
Delivery firm UPS has deployed a new smart grid solution that will help it switch its delivery fleet over completely to electric trucks.
Order books are now open for Renault’s 2018 Zoe electric supermini, which brings a more powerful motor without any impact on range.
Major changes are needed to electric vehicle purchase incentives, charging infrastructure and UK manufacturing capabilities to ensure drivers adopt EVs and that the UK industry remains viable.
The current 2040 target to end the sale of conventional petrol and diesel cars must be brought forward to help deal with an “air quality catastrophe”.
Green delivery firm Gnewt Cargo has deployed smart chargers at two of its London depots, said to include the UK’s largest single-site charge point installation.
Bannatyne Health Clubs is rolling out rapid chargers across all its sites in the UK, as it looks to increase its member benefits.
The Metropolitan Police Service has deployed the first of a fleet of 11 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, marking its first zero-emission response vehicles.