Hyundai’s Kona Electric will be priced from 24,995 – including the Government’s Plug-In Car Grant (PICG) – when it goes on sale on 2 August.
Cambridge has appointed eVolt UK to deploy electric vehicle charging points across the city for its Ultra Low Emission Vehicle Taxi project.
ChargePoint has acquired US-based e-mobility software specialist Kisensum in a deal that it says will bring further EV solutions for fleet operators globally.
Far-reaching action on transport – including changes to company car tax – are needed to ensure the Government meets legally-binding targets emissions targets.
Fleets in Nottingham are being offered funding support, advice and free vehicle trials in a new initiative to encourage the transition to ultra-low emission vehicles.
United Utilities has announced plans to switch its entire fleet of vehicles from diesel to home-produced energy within the next 10 years.
Geotab has acquired electric vehicle telematics firm FleetCarma as it looks to position itself as a dominant player for EV fleet management.
Hyundai and Audi are partnering to develop joint fuel cell technologies for future models in a move to accelerate the fuel cell electric vehicle market.
Zap-Map has released a new smart Route Planner to help remove range anxiety for EV drivers planning longer electric journeys.
The Government has been accused of shying away from taking bold action on air quality in its response to a cross-party MP report on the issue.
Parcel delivery giant UPS has placed a further order for 950 electric vans from US truck manufacturer Workhorse.
Wavendon House, a Grade II listed former outpost of Bletchley Park, has been fitted out with EV charging for residents with the help of funding from Milton Keynes Council.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed media reports that the carmaker is to cut 9% of its staff as part of a “difficult, but necessary reorganisation” to reduce costs and become profitable.
Chargemasterhas refuted claims that the UK charging infrastructure is not keeping pace with increasing uptake of electric vehicles.
BMW is launching wireless, inductive charging for the 530e iPerformance model from next month.
Appointing an ‘EV Champion’ is one of a number of ways that local authorities could encourage EV take-up and expand charging infrastructure.
Pod Point has been appointed as Nissan’s preferred supplier for homechargers in Norway, building on the firms’ existing partnership.
PostNL, a mail, parcel and e-commerce corporation in the Netherlands, has deployed the first two Renault Master Z.E. models built in Europe as it looks to reduce its CO2 emissions.
Volvo has set out plans to position itself as a leading player in the global automotive business by 2025 – including generating half its annual sales from fully electric vehicles.