Integrating battery energy storage solutions alongside electric vehicle charging hubs can pose a multitude of benefits to charging operators, while also unlocking benefits for fleet owners.
Whilst a mix of government and private funding is required to fuel transport decarbonisation, policymakers should be careful not to over-regulate.
The UK is the seventh most expensive country to charge an electric vehicle (EV) in Europe, according to new research from Irish price comparison website Switcher.ie.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has published a blueprint for what it described as an “electric revolution” for private retail vehicles.
A green pathway detailing measures needed to deliver net zero – focusing largely on renewables targets – has been published by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).
Charging infrastructure for 37 new electric buses has been installed at a West London depot by Siemens Smart Infrastructure.
Increasing European fast charging options would convince 66% of future electric vehicle (EV) drivers to switch sooner.
A project exploring smart on-street subsurface electric vehicle (EV) charging has been unveiled by Element Energy.
The UK’s four biggest vehicle fleet operators – Centrica, DPD UK, Royal Mail and BT and Openreach – have joined the mounting calls for a 2030 ban on sales of new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles.