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Electric vehicle acronym guide: Know your BEVs from FCEVs from PHEVs from ULEVs

When it comes to more sustainable driving, there is a whole host of options now and it can be confusing knowing what’s what. In the olden days you pretty much had the choice of diesel or petrol, but with the ever-evolving market of low-emission vehicles, there’s more choice than ever. When it comes to “EVs,”

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Global Plug-In Electric Car Sales July 2020: The Market Takes Off

Tesla exceeds 200,000 YTD, while 9 other brands sold more than 10,000 passenger plug-in cars. After about a year of relatively low growth or noticeable decline inf global plug-in electric car sales, July 2020 finally brings us a strong bounce up. With close to 248,000 sales (the 4th best monthly result ever), sales improved by

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Captain of the Green Plate Club – Accelerating EV Adoption?

The pandemic is likely to have lasting effects on traditional business models as we adapt to homeworking, social distancing and see aspects of a public policy shift away from globalisation, writes Mark Richards, partner and co-leader for Energy, Environmental & Infrastructure at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. The transport sector has been hit hard, as

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Is Elon Musk going to war with Britain’s Big Six? Tesla chief plans to supply UK homes with electricity

US carmaker Tesla has applied for a licence to generate electricity in the UK The application was made to the UK Gas and Electricity Markets Authority Purpose of the licence may be to introduce the company’s ‘Autobidder’ platform Autobidder is a real-time trading platform currently operating in South Australia Tesla has applied for a licence

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Leasing customers look to snap up EVs before subsidies end

Personal leasing customers are rushing to electric vehicles (EVs) ahead of next month’s expiration of the £3,500 subsidy for plug-in vehicles. Latest figures from Leasing.com show that pure EVs accounted for 5% of all leasing enquiries in January – almost twice that of their share of the overall new car market (2.7%). The Nissan Leaf