In the first Oral Questions session for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) this year, talk quickly turned to net zero, electric vehicles (EV) and clean job growth opportunities.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, together with London Councils and TfL, has announced a £4 million investment into electric vehicle (EV) charging points as part of the Office for Low Emission Vehicles' (OLEV) Go Ultra Low City Scheme.
UK households could save up to £300 a year using vehicle to grid (V2G) technology, according to a new report.
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.
There are key differences between industry’s expectations of transport electrification and those of consumers, a new report has found.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has unveiled a refreshed version of its electric vehicle (EV) strategy, placing emphasis on forecasting and strategic investment.
Ofgem has officially replied to an article in the Guardian that accused the energy watchdog of stalling the electric vehicle (EV) rollout, saying that is does “not fully reflect Ofgem’s position.”
The Scottish government has unveiled a host of green finance policies set to kick-start its journey towards a 2045 net zero.
UK pharmacy Boots has taken its maiden steps in the EV space, absorbing five electric vans into its fleet.