3 April 2016: I love driving my Renault ZOE, even after two and a half years and forty thousand miles. However I am interested and excited by the electric car developments coming from other manufacturers – particularly Tesla. I’ve been following the travails of Tesla, and stocking up on their shares, since early 2012. I knew
Volkswagen e-Golf Business Lease Offers We have a new deal available for businesses looking to lease the VW e-Golf. We are offering a VW e-Golf on 3 year BCH (Business Contract Hire – effectively a long term rental) with just 3 months worth of upfront payment. As these are business leases, there is no Fuel
As I wrote in a previous post about looking for wasted energy around the home “Fuel Included isn’t just about electric cars, but about the transition to a low carbon lifestyle”. Having insulated our hot water tank the next logical step seemed to be to power it from our renewable electricity supply so as to
One of our customers had a test drive in a Nissan Leaf and was very impressed with it. However, they had a daily commute at the comfortable limit of the Leaf’s range on a single charge, about 70 miles. I could see that that could be an issue in the winter months and so arranged
Happy Christmas to all Fuel Included customers and associates! I can’t do better than repost this 1912 advert (from Plugin Sites) – it seems suitably festive, if a little old-fashioned!
I see more electric cars on the road every day now, they are no longer the novelty they used to be. In my area I see many Nissan Leafs and a few ZOEs. And, of course, it seems like the Mitsubish Outlander PHEV is everywhere! I saw my first Tesla Model S in my hometown