The majority of fleets are looking to go electric in the next 10 years, driven by rising government pressure as well as advances in technology.
Infrastructure services company FM Conway has introduced two Nissan e-NV200 electric vans into its London-based fleet as it explores how it can integrate more EVs across its business.
A new app has launched to provide access to a fleet of exclusively electric black taxis in London – said to be a first for the capital.
BT Group has added pure electric vehicles to its company car scheme with support from its Fleet Solutions business.
University College London (UCL) has added a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric car to its fleet to expand its research into advanced powertrain technologies, and to provide zero-emission transport for staff.
Pivot Power has won planning permission to build a £25m grid-scale battery and rapid EV charging station in Norwich as part of plans to revolutionise power distribution across the UK and aid electric vehicle adoption.
British Gas has launched its first electric vehicle residential tariff, which will be followed up by EV charging services for business customers.
Introducing advisory fuel rates for plug-in hybrid electric cars would help ensure such vehicles are used as intended rather than as a tax loophole.
Fleets can now order the Renault Master Z.E. all-electric LCV, which combines zero-emission running with the capabilities of a large LCV to bring a number of benefits to last-mile operators.
Clean fuels provider PitPoint is implementing its third public hydrogen refuelling station in the Netherlands next year, helping to support plans for a network of stations across the country.
BMW’s forthcoming 2019 3 Series 330e Saloon will offer extra range and performance but with lower CO2 emissions when it goes on sale next summer.
The first car sharing club in Malta has now launched, bringing EV-only motoring to the island.
Three Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) have gone on trial with a council in Melbourne, Australia, to help cut CO2 and provide real-world evaluation of the vehicles.
Sheffield City Council has revealed plans that could see a ‘Class C’ charging clean air zone introduced in 2020 for non-compliant buses, taxis, lorries and vans using the inner ring road.
Drivers are still failing to use plug-in hybrid company cars as intended, putting the fleet industry at risk of losing government backing.
Arval is looking to add a further 10 company cars to UK hydrogen trials following the opening of a second refuelling station.
Opel is to conduct research into an intelligent charging infrastructure to support future electro-mobility as it ramps up its EV development.
Dubbed “the UK’s smartest charger”, a new home charging solution is to launch early next year to bring multiple benefits for EV drivers.
The Hyundai Kona Electric has come out top of the table in What Car? tests of real-world driving range.