Mike Thornton OBE has been named as the new chief executive officer of Energy Saving Trust, replacing Philip Sellwood CBE, who is retiring.
Toyota has teamed up with Chinese electric vehicle giant BYD to create a new 50/50 joint venture focused on battery electric vehicles, in particular for the Chinese market.
Severn Trent Water is pushing ahead with its commitment to converting 100% of its fleet to electric vehicles by 2030 as it signs up to the EV100 initiative.
Fleets and drivers will be able in future to access a ‘universally recognised measure’ enabling them to easily compare how much CO2 different forms of transport emit over a certain distance.
The United Nations’ COP26 climate change conference due to take place in Glasgow in November has been postponed due to Covid-19.
BMW has given the first insights into the powertrain system for its i Hydrogen Next concept as it outlines its commitment to hydrogen fuel cell technology, in particular for its SUV range.
The two leading trade associations representing the electric vehicle charging industry are to merge, creating a 75-strong group of companies specialised in EV charging to lead the sector forward.
A new project has launched to demonstrate how bespoke circular-economy batteries can tackle the mounting problem of e-waste.
Pod Point is still offering charge point installations involving key workers and providing a maintenance service despite pausing a range of its activities to minimise risks to customers and its team.
MG Motor UK and its dealer network is supplying up to 100 electric MG ZS cars to NHS agencies across the UK.
A new, all-electric bus has been introduced by the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) to augment its shuttle service and further improve venue accessibility.
Tayport Taxis in North Fife has deployed its first electric vehicle in the form of the fully electric MG ZS EV.
A new 30-day ‘try before you buy’ electric vehicle loan scheme piloted by the Nottingham ULEV Experience project could act as a blueprint for other UK cities that are considering Clean Air Zones.
Residents in Westminster can now access lamppost electric vehicle charging posts at the UK’s first ‘Electric Avenue’.
Next month’s Commercial Vehicle Show 2020 has been cancelled in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, with the organisers looking into the possibility of postponing it to a later date.
Government electric vehicle charging plans should switch from focusing on rapid charging to on-street residential and workplace charging to incentivise more people to transition to electric vehicles.
Specialist fire protection contractor Sharpfibre has now gone all-electric for its fleet of company cars with new Tesla Model 3s provided by Gofor Finance.
Pod Point has secured finance from Triodos Bank UK as it pushes ahead with work to install EV charge points at 600 Tesco stores in the UK.
Gnewt Cargo founder Sam Clarke is joining Gridserve to lead its vehicle electrification work.
An increasingly evident “major knowledge gap” could be hindering fleet adoption of electric vehicles, with much greater work needed to prevent misinformation among businesses and drivers.