SSE is increasing its fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) following its commitment to the EV100 scheme.
EDF has signed a deal with Royal Mail for the provision of electric vehicle chargers as the latter continues electrification commitments.
UK pharmacy Boots has taken its maiden steps in the EV space, absorbing five electric vans into its fleet.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has reinforced the pledge to electrify all central government cars by 2030, praising current progress.
UK parcel carrier Yodel has introduced the first EV to its fleet, revealing plans to expand its electrification as part of a £15.2 million investment.
UK battery storage firm Zenobe has become the latest to bring an end-to-end EV solution to market, announcing up to £120 million of funding for bus fleets.
ABB and Octopus Group are partnering to provide charging infrastructure and renewable energy for bus and commercial fleet operators.
John Lewis Partnership has set its sights on having a zero carbon transport fleet by 2045, resulting in the switch of more than 3,200 vehicles to zero-emissions alternatives.