Thanks to the constant evolution of battery technology and the constantly increasing number of charging stations in the Western world, electric vehicles have become easier to live with. However, despite some of them having an autonomy comparable to gasoline-powered cars, range anxiety still remains a concern for many potential customers. This is where Renault has
Plates will mean perks such as free parking as part of scheme to push zero-emission vehicles Green coloured number plates will be issued for electric cars under government plans to encourage drivers to buy zero-emission vehicles. The government said the new licence plates would make the least polluting cars easily identifiable and help their drivers
Tesla’s smallest and cheapest car was the UK’s third best-selling model in August and was the first electric vehicle to make the top 10 best sellers The new Tesla Model 3 has picked up four awards – including Car of the Year – in a string of major industry accolades for the new electric model.
Good Energy has become the latest supplier to launch an EV charging service, after having EVs in its sights for a long time. The ‘all-in-one’ EV charging service, dubbed ‘One Point’, will be for businesses looking to offer destination or workplace charging. The green energy supplier will recommend, install and maintain the charging services, having
In a victory for sustainability, UK restrictions on the use of electric car chargers are to be lifted under plans to increase the use of green vehicles in the UK. Practically, this means only one subscription will be required to use charging points. Additionally, the transport secretary is allocating £2.5 million of funding for more
The figure – dubbed ‘miles per pound’ (mpp) – reveals how much a car can travel for £1 of petrol, diesel or electricity. Electric cars travel up to three times the distance of their petrol or diesel rivals for the same amount of money, according to research. With interest in electric cars rising, many potential
Outlawing the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles will help tackle the climate emergency, says shadow business secretary A Labour government will aim to end the sale of cars with internal combustion engines by 2030, as part of its plans to tackle the climate emergency. The party is to begin talks with the car industry
Turn on, plug in and drop out of the fossil fuel race with the finest zero emissions passenger cars currently on offer Traipse around one of the recent European motor shows and you’d be forgiven for thinking that most of the world’s most famous manufacturers don’t produce or sell an internal combustion engine any more.
A supermini where 100kW recharging comes as standard Vauxhall’s new Corsa-e will likely make a lot of friends with impatient types who are open to the idea of an all-electric car, but lack the time or inclination to get its battery charged. Why? It’s going to arrive in April next year with the capacity for