How Is This A Good Idea?: EV Battery Swapping

Swap this technological dead-end out for better batteries, improved superchargers and more universal EV charging standards Battery swapping has become a lot like hydrogen fuel cells for passenger cars: They’re automotive ideas that are never quite born, but just won’t die. Here in 2021, Battery swapping in EVs has become an especially bad idea. It’s


Electric car grants: The limited-time Government offer explained – and the best cars to buy

Just as motorists are being urged to switch to eco-friendly electric vehicles, ministers have cut the plug-in car grant designed to make them more affordable – and it could be part of a long-term plan to rescind EV incentives entirely Four in five motorists think electric cars are still too expensive for them to purchase.

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March registrations: Joining the EV revolution? Drivers warned to compare premiums to get the best insurance deals

Research finds electric cars DON’T have to cost more to insure than conventional cousins ‘Green’ cars outsold diesels for the first time in 2020 with 285,199 models with a degree of electric propulsion (BEV, PHEV and HEV) being registered in 2020 compared to 261,772 diesel engine cars. Although new car sales in 2020 were around

Almost half of UK businesses are planning to install on-site EV charging this year

Nearly half of businesses are planning to install electric vehicle (EV) charging points on their premises over the next year according to a new survey. Commissioned by Centrica Business Solutions, it found that companies are planning to invest £15.8 billion in EVs and on-site charging points over the twelve months to March 2022. This is