Following last week’s Fit for 55 announcement by the European Commission, David Borland, EY’s UK&I automotive leader, comments on the proposals’ impact on automakers.
Alberto De Monte, business segment director OEM, EV and sustainable mobility at Masternaut, on the case for electric vehicles and how fleets can demonstrate it to senior leaders.
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André ten Bloemendal, vice president, Europe, ChargePoint, on the European diesel ban and what this means for fleets.
Adam Hall, head of electric vehicles at Drax EV, dives into the whole debate around fast vs slow chargers and says that in many cases slow chargers are actually sufficient.
Centrica’s newly launched People and Planet plan includes a commitment to electrify its commercial fleet, the third largest in the country, by 2025. The company is rolling out 3,000 Vauxhall Vivaro-e vans, the largest … Read More »
New research indicates that large numbers of fleet managers aren’t aware of electric vehicle incentives. Chris Black, commercial director at LeasePlan UK, looks at what’s on offer and why such incentives are so vital … Read More »
Jon Lawes, managing director, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, on how funding the transition to mass EV uptake will require collaboration between the private and public sectors.
Adam Hall, head of electric vehicles at Drax Group, on the evolving role of the fleet manager post-Brexit and the need to adapt for the transition towards electric fleets.
Kevin Welstead, sector director EV of SSE Enterprise, on the hurdles that fleets face on the path to net zero and how to overcome them.
With range anxiety still proving a major barrier to electric vehicle adoption, EV Fleet World has revealed a new solution – the FuelProof EV.
Adam Hall, head of electric vehicles at Drax, speaks to Fleet World about the company’s work to help fleets electrify, its 2021 ambitions and how the EV market will develop in the next few … Read More »
Geoff Murphy, charge project lead at SP Energy Networks, on making the ‘business case’ for public chargepoints.
Following the news that the Government wants to break the monopoly of Ecotricity electric vehicle chargers at motorways, Adrian Keen, CEO at InstaVolt, comments on why he supports the change and how it will … Read More »
2021 is the year for the EV charging infrastructure to shape up, according to Cecilia Routledge, global head of e-mobility at EV charging specialist CTEK.
David Bushnell, principal consultant, Alphabet GB looks at why now is the turning point for businesses to plan for an electric future.
Alex Lewis-Jones, senior analyst at Delta-EE, on whether the switch to homeworking in lockdown has changed the equation for the EV outlook?
As Britain transitions to a cleaner low-carbon future, Barney Goffer, UK product manager at Teletrac Navman, discusses what the Government’s plans mean in the context of the procurement process.
Here in the UK, the Government has ambitions to make the country a global leader in electrification: technology which will permanently change the ways we move people, goods and services. Dr Will Drury, challenge … Read More »