Electric cars charging in Central Milton Keynes

‘Electric taxis’ could now join the electric buses in Milton Keynes

DEPUTY Prime Minister Nick Clegg has announced Milton Keynes will receive government funding of £1,875,000 towards installing a network of 50 rapid charge units for electric vehicles, capable of fully charging a vehicle in 30 minutes or less. [From January 2014] The faster speed of charging opens up electric vehicle charging as a possibility for

The Tesla Model S And The Powerwall (Image: Tesla)

Tesla Reveals Battery Storage Solutions

Late Thursday night [30 April] in Hawthorne, California, Tesla revealed its “missing piece to building a sustainable future,” which the company says puts the world on the road to “enabling zero emissions power generation.” Tesla notes that the world currently uses 20 trillion kWh of energy annually, which is: “Enough energy to power a single

Kia Soul EV Named “Best Value In America” In Electric/Plug-In Hybrid Category

According to Vincentric, a “leading source of cost-of-ownership data and analysis within the automotive industry,” the 2015 Kia Soul EV is the “Best Value in America” in the Electric/Plug-In Hybrid category. David Wurster, President of Vincentric states: “As a first time winner of the ‘Best Value in America’ awards, the Kia Soul EV rose above

Businesses in Milton Keynes are being given the opportunity to test out electric cars

High demand for free electric car loan to Milton Keynes businesses

After Milton Keynes Council’s electric vehicle partner Chargemaster Plc announced that it was offering a free electric vehicle loan service to Milton Keynes businesses – the company has seen a surge of interest, with the vehicles now being in ‘high demand.’ Chargemaster has a small fleet of electric vehicles (EV) that can be loaned to

The Renault ZOE will benefit from a 35% discount from 1st April 2015

Renault Cléon announces 100 new jobs to accompany the launch of the alliance’s new electric engine

The Renault Cléon plant will create 100 jobs with open-ended contracts in 2015 as part of a plan announced by Carlos Ghosn on February 12. The plan involves the hiring of 1,000 people in 2015, including 500 in French plants. More than 50 years after it was built in 1958, the Cléon plant is taking