Shell is “determined to lead” the transformation of mobility, its vice president of global accounts and business, Patrick Carré has said.
Centrica is continuing its electric vehicle (EV) activity with plans to trial a ‘charge park’ for professional drivers.
The Liberal Democrats party has unleashed its manifesto, targeting a 2045 net zero target and the removal of restrictions for wind and solar among a host of green policies.
Last week’s Everything EV Live conference in London saw representatives from across the e-mobility sector come together to discuss the most pressing opportunities, challenges and stage of change in the market, with a focus on the country’s capital city. The Current± editorial team was on hand to report from the event, and here are the five key takeaways from Everything EV Live 2019.
Charging software start-up Driivz is taking its products to Japan in a deal with utility Ennet Corporation.
Alternatively fuelled vehicles accounted for nearly 10% of all new car sales in the UK last month, a record share for the sector.
An average of over 4,000 EV charge points and domestic heat pumps will need to be installed per day to reach net zero, a target which will require a predicted £48 billion in network upgrades.
All-electric last-mile delivery company Gnewt has become the latest to join Cisco’s E-Flex vehicle-to-grid (V2G) demonstrator project.
Iberdrola has signed a new strategic agreement that will see drivers of Mercedes-Benz’s new EV range take advantage of Iberdrola’s mobility solution in Spain.