An electric van could be the perfect opportunity to cut running costs, but do they make sense for your business? We look at the key issues There’s something of a revolution going on in the UK van market. While diesel definitely isn’t dead, manufacturers are branching out to provide alternative fuels for buyers. That means
Sweden’s state-owned utility Vattenfall will use 1,000 lithium ion batteries supplied by BMW Group to provide energy storage at some of the power company’s wind power facilities. The batteries, which are of the same type the auto maker uses in its BMW i3 electric car, will have a capacity of 33 kWh. They will function
BMW i3 in the hands of former Finland rally driver, Rauno Aaltonen
Electric Car Sales Boom As UK Vehicle Sales Hit a 12-Year High The popularity of the electric car has increased exponentially in recent years, with projections of 2 million electric cars shortly on the world’s roads (Guardian, 2016). This in turn has seen many adaptations such as charging points at service stations and even fast-food
A brief video walking around a new Hyundai IONIQ Electric. The car had just been collected by Trevor Heale as we blogged here: http://fuelincluded.com/2017/01/hyundai-ioniq-delivery/ Read about Trevor’s experiences with the car on his blog here: http://fuelincluded.com/author/trevor-heale/
Britain’s low carbon energy revolution is actually saving money for households, a report says. Households make a net saving of £11 a month, according to analysis from the Committee on Climate Change. It calculates that subsidies to wind and solar are adding £9 a month to the average bill, but that rules promoting energy efficiency
Pod Point are a UK company specialising and innovating the way we charge electric cars. In this video Fully Charged are onsite at the Pod Point head office with Erik Fairbairn, the CEO and founder of the company.