An electric vehicle charge point has been installed in the Tove Short Stay car park in Towcester by South Northamptonshire Council (SNC). The charge point is a type-two floor mounted socket which is part of the Charge Your Car electric vehicle re-charging network. The charge point can be activated by using the Charge Your Car
ENGIE has pledged to invest £600,000 to start switching to a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK. It aims for 20% of its vehicle fleet to be electric by 2020 and zero diesel vehicles by 2025. It is part of ENGIE’s plans towards tackling air pollution and helping meet its decarbonisation targets for
Porsche changes its mind on electric vehicles, plans 50% of its production to be electric within 6 years
It wasn’t long ago that Porsche claimed all-electric powertrains didn’t offer enough performance to reach the level that their customers expect from the premium German brand. As their work on their first all-electric vehicle progresses, they are now changing their view on the technology and CEO Oliver Blume now says that he expects half of Porsche’s
U.S. transportation is about to get a mighty electric shock. The days of the internal combustion engine are numbered. The electric car is about to do to the traditional gasoline and diesel car engine what the cell phone is doing to the copper-wire, landline telephone: shoulder it out of the way. Andrew Paterson, a principal
When it comes to leaders in electric vehicles (EVs), Norway is top of the list. Around 35% of new cars sold in the country have some form of plug-in electrification, while the Government there has a target for all cars to be zero emission by 2025. However, much of this adoption has been built around
Britain is emerging as a hotbed for utility-scale battery development, with two of Europe’s three biggest projects under way there and several companies joining a race that could shake up the energy market. Rapid growth of solar and wind energy means power supplies depend increasingly on whether the wind is blowing or the sun shining.
The innovative all-electric Dynamo Taxi, which has been developed in Coventry, is to be rolled out across the UK following its official launch. The taxi has been created by the Dynamo Motor Company – a division of ADV Manufacturing – in conjunction with Nissan – and was unveiled at the Private Hire & Taxi Exhibition