At a ceremony in Birmingham this morning, the Labour Party launched its “manifesto for hope” including its plan for a “green transformation".
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.
The nominations deadline for Solar Media’s inaugural Electric Vehicle Innovation & Excellence (EVIEs) Awards has been pushed back for an undisclosed, but entirely elaborate reason.
BP Chargemaster’s lead counsel, Daniel Kaufman, has warned against calling for extra regulation and addressed claims for greater interoperability between charge point operators.
Bristol City Council has today launched a new EV charging network, dubbed 'Revive', to replace the existing Source West network, simultaneously opening its first rapid charging hub in the region.
The Green Party today launched its manifesto for the 12 December election, which hinges on its Green New Deal.
Time is running out to get your nomination in for next year’s inaugural Electric Vehicle Innovation & Excellence Awards!
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.
Conservatives outline fresh £500 million pledge for electric vehicles, new infrastructure in 'Green Revolution'
A new Conservative government would plough an additional £500 million into EV charging infrastructure and new electric vehicles, ensuring there was a chargepoint within 30 miles of each home in England and Wales.