The Plugged-In Households Grant Fund scheme is said to offer alternatives to car ownership and affordable access to ultra-low emission vehicles.
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Funding innovations in solar, high speed and WiFi charging infrastructure aims to encourage uptake of electric vehicles
There are now more electric taxis in Nottingham than anywhere outside of London and the council has an ambitious target for 40 per cent of the cab fleet to be ULEV by 2020.
Many drivers are put off owning an electric vehicle due to the worry of running out of charge mid journey, however, now there is a solution.
The UK government has set out laudable aims for de-carbonising the country's transport network, based on establishing sophisticated EV charging infrastructure. But, as Yohanna Weber, Planning and Environment Partner at law firm Fieldfisher, explains, the lack of cohesion between different stakeholders threatens to severely hinder these plans.
Dr Colin Herron CBE, Managing Director of Zero Carbon Futures, offers his explanation on why the UK is not witnessing better adoption of electric vehicles at the moment, and how this can be solved.
With ambitious targets for 2050, Bristol continues to make progress on its electric vehicle deployment, reducing air pollution within the city.
Alike to how the subway system reinvented transportation in the 20th century, shared electric vehicles hold the potential to do the same today, says Michael Keating, Founder and CEO of Scoot.
IONITY – the pan-European car company joint venture – has announced that Tritium will be their technology partner for the construction of 100 high-power charging (HPC) sites across Europe.
UK hub airport Heathrow will boast offering of up to 200 all-electric Jaguar I-PACE vehicles from this summer – a move that will contribute to the forecast fall in nitrogen oxide emissions in the coming years.