Charging Hub with eVolt Rapid Chargers (Image: SWARCO eVolt)

Scottish government unveils £7.5 million ‘groundbreaking’ EV infrastructure pilot

The Scottish government has thrown its weight behind a £7.5 million project to ramp up EV charge point installs in the country. The partnership will bring together Transport Scotland and Scotland’s two distribution network operators – SP Energy Networks (SPEN) and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) – in a bid to deliver more EV

Renault Zoe Wins In July, But Tesla Model 3 Remains 2019 Leader

The European passenger plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market had some 36,000 registrations in July, +32% year over year (YoY). That means the PEV market has grown 34% in 2019, a great performance considering this is an off-peak month for Tesla. In July, while plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) continued nosediving (-19% YoY), all-electrics (BEVs) almost doubled (+90%)

Electric vehicle pollution speculation ‘inconceivable’, new research says

It is “inconceivable” that electric vehicles could be as polluting as conventional cars, new research has found, dismissing recent speculation that electric vehicles emit similar rates of CO2 to diesel vehicles when battery manufacturing is taken into account. Instead, further decarbonisation in the UK could drive EV emissions down to 10% of conventional vehicles in