David Watson, CEO and founder of Ohme, told Current± about Ohme's fleet management platform, European partnership with Volvo and how focusing on tech "catalysed" the firm's move beyond its own hardware.
E.ON has launched an electric vehicle (EV) salary sacrifice scheme following its company car provision going all electric in 2019.
Increases in home working have influenced the electric vehicle (EV) charging plans of businesses, as 34% say they plan on putting chargers in employee’s homes.
World's largest domestic V2G trial finds hardware costs still too high despite 'significant financial rewards'
Aggregated electric vehicles (EVs) participating in Dynamic Containment could earn consumers up to £725 a year, but hardware costs must reduce.
Electric vehicle (EV) owners are three times more likely to say they’re on a time of use tariff than those without an EV, according to new research from Ofgem.
The government has a “mountain to climb” to reach its goals of phasing out new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 and for all new cars to be zero-emission by 2035.
The importance of smart charging has been identified as part of a survey conducted by NewMotion that found one in six UK drivers agree it is key to encouraging further electric vehicle (EV) adoption.
Whilst a mix of government and private funding is required to fuel transport decarbonisation, policymakers should be careful not to over-regulate.
Mandating the Smart Data Communications Company (DCC) as the enduring solution for smart charging is “not the way to go” according to a new Energy UK report.