Australian EV charging specialist Tritium has opened new premises in California, marking its first overseas facility.
A diesel scrappage scheme could launch within months, offering a discount on low-emission cars for owners trading their cars in.
Zero Motorcycles has approved for the UK Government’s plug-in electric motorcycle grant, providing customers with a £1,500 saving.
General Motors and Honda are to establish a joint venture to mass produce advanced hydrogen fuel cell systems in the US from 2020.
Alphabet more than doubled its fleet of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles last year following deliveries of 3,619 units.
EV charging points specialist Chargemaster has announced plans to invest £15m in its charging network including launching new charging sites and technologies.
The Chinese government has given the go ahead for National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) to start production of electric vehicles.
Paris Town Hall has inaugurated an electric commercial vehicle car sharing service for professionals, ‘VULe Partagés’. PSA Group is to equip 80% of the vehicle fleet put into service.
Nissan and BMW have teamed up with EVgo to install a total of 174 50kW DC Fast charging stations across 33 states in the US.
Organic food producer Soyfoods has acquired a Fuso Canter Eco Hybrid in line with its eco-friendly ethos.
Leasing specialist UK Carline has taken delivery of 10 new Toyota C-HR Hybrids to replace a mix of diesel cars on its company car fleet.
Europcar has launched a new pay-by-the-hour car sharing service for business and leisure travellers to the Highlands & Islands area in Scotland.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has given clearance for Chargemaster to acquire Elektromotive and Charge Your Car Ltd this week.
Mitsubishi has refreshed its Outlander PHEV for 2017, including reduced CO2 emissions and a new EV priority mode.
New Ford plug-in hybrid vans are to be trialled by London businesses from this autumn as part of a £4.7m project.
Nine London boroughs have secured a share of £2.5m funding to trial initiatives on Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) that could be rolled out across the UK.
Projects that include deploying EV car sharing and electric grocery delivery vans are set to receive a share of funds from the New Zealand Government.
Toyota and four other carmakers have teamed up with oil companies including Royal Dutch Shell and Total to form a new global initiative on hydrogen development.
Renault has updated its electric vehicle line-up with the launch of its first-ever Master Z.E. model, which arrives as the new version Kangoo Van Z.E. gets a 50% longer range.
Fast-charging technology said to be available to deliver over 400kW in minutes is to be trialled in the UK with the help of new funding.