Emails released under FoI suggest the company is in advanced preparations to introduce the chargers on its forecourts from next year Electric car charging points could appear alongside petrol pumps at Shell’s UK service stations as soon as next year, the oil giant confirmed after emails between the company and government officials revealed discussions on
Pod Point are a UK company specialising and innovating the way we charge electric cars. During a recent visit to their head office I had a fascinating conversation with Erik Fairbairn, the CEO and founder of the company. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
We are very pleased to announce that we have new deals available for private buyers looking to buy the new longer-range BMW i3. We are offering a BMW i3 (94Ah) auto hatchback on 2 or 3 year PCP (Personal Contract Purchase – like a lease you can give the car back at the end, but
Watch Model S and Powerwall owner Clint outline the benefits of combining the Tesla Powerwall with solar and integrated software aggregation for control, savings and a change towards a more sustainable future.
Oil company Shell says that it’s “examining the potential” for installing charging stations “across some parts of its UK retail network” beginning in early 2017. And by “potential” we assume that to mean, potential to recover some lost petrol money from the ongoing plug-in vehicle onslaught. The UK retail network implies gas stations, which would
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A new study of CO2 emissiosn per mile driven in both a regular and electric car to find out the average differences between countries has been undertaken by Bloomberg New Energy Finance The indirect EV emissions put out are near-zero in countries like Norway and France, where (respectively) renewable energy sources, or nuclear, provides near
In the cutthroat world of technology, if you’re not first, you’re last. With this in mind, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to see tech companies and automakers clawing to be first in line to release self-driving cars. Uber recently partnered with Volvo in a $300-million project that should result in a self-driving fleet as
Tesla has launched a new version of its all-electric Model S saloon, which can now be specified with a 100kWh battery. This – in high-performance P100D with Ludicrous mode guise – makes the Model S the third fastest accelerating production car ever; and the quickest that can be bought new. Tesla cites Ferrari’s LaFerrari and