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Natalie Middleton

Grønn Kontakt to build 14 new fast-charging stations in Norway

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Charging infrastructure provider Grønn Kontakt is to build 14 new fast-charging stations in Norway as part of plans towards full fast charge coverage across the country.

New technology enables car park operators to offer free parking for EVs

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Local authorities and car park operators can now set individual parking tariffs according to the CO2 emissions of vehicles, enabling them to offer lower parking fees or even free parking for drivers of ultra-low … Read More »

79% of Londoners support early introduction of Ultra Low Emission Zone

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Londoners have lent their support to plans by the Mayor of London to tackle pollution in the Capital.

Electric Nation seeks EV drivers for smart charging trial

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Drivers buying or leasing a new electric car are being invited to join a major trial into a smart charging solution that could help local electricity networks cope with increasing numbers of EVs.

New Ampera-e not destined for UK, says Vauxhall

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The new Opel Ampera-e electric car, which debuts at the Paris Motor Show this month, won’t make it to the UK in its current model, Vauxhall has confirmed.

Henley-on-Thames gains first public charge points

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Two free-to-use charge points have been installed in Henley-On-Thames, marking the town’s first charge points.

University of Kent adds six electric Kangoo vans to fleet

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The University of Kent has added six further Renault Kangoo Z.E vans to its fleet, taking its number of Renault Kangoo Van Z.E. vans to 15. 

London development installs 38 Evolt charge points

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The new Fitzroy Place residential and commercial development in London has installed 38 electric vehicle charge points from Evolt.

Facelifted VW e-Up goes on sale

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Volkswagen has opened order books for its facelifted e-Up electric car.

Met Police trial range-extended BMW i3

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The London Metropolitan Police has begun a trial of a range-extended BMW i3 as a patrol car, with the aim of evaluating how electric vehicles could perform in a live operational environment. 

Volkswagen Group and JAC to explore EVs for China

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The Volkswagen Group is in discussions with China’s state-owned Anhui Jianghuai Automobile (JAC) over the joint development of electric vehicles in China.

ChargedEV becomes sole installation partner for Tusker

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Salary sacrifice specialist Tusker has signed up ChargedEV as its sole installation partner for all domestic and commercial EV charging projects.

Winning ‘Go Ultra Low Cities’ to showcase work at Cenex-LCV2016

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Some of the cities that recently won a shared £40m in the Government’s ‘Go Ultra Low Cities’ scheme are to exhibit at next month’s LCV2016 to showcase their work in incentivising EV take-up.

Kia launches 37g/km Optima PHEV

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Kia has launched its Optima PHEV, marked as the brand’s first plug-in hybrid.

Australian state commits to low-emission targets for government fleet

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The state of South Australia has set out low-emission vehicle targets for its vehicle fleet in line with its plans to make Adelaide, the state capital, the world’s first carbon neutral city.

EVs could fit needs for 87% of U.S. drivers

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The majority of vehicles on the road in the United States could be replaced by EVs, putting paid to range anxiety, new research has found.

Whitecar to expand Tesla rental fleet with help of Total Motion

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Rental firm Whitecar is expanding its fleet of Tesla rental vehicles with the support of Total Motion.

EV industry expert joins Evolt in Scotland

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Electric vehicle charge point supplier Evolt has appointed Stephen Rennie, a foremost specialist in low carbon and sustainable transport, as business development manager – Scotland.

University of Bristol replaces four diesel vans with EVs

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The University of Bristol has deployed four electric vehicles after it identified their benefits for specific operations compared to diesels.

Ameren plans for charging corridor in Missouri

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Utility company Ameren Missouri is planning to introduce public charging stations for EVs along Interstate 70 in Missouri, US.