The Renault Electric Z.E. Range (Image: Renault)

Renault Z.E. Carries Off Honours in 2019 Company Van Today Awards

Renault’s Z.E. range of commercial vehicles win the coveted Green Award in the 2019 Company Van Today Awards Prestigious title awarded by the expert panel of Company Van Today magazine Award recognises Renault’s commitment to electric vehicle technology Master Z.E., Kangoo Z.E. 33 and Twizy Cargo form the UK’s most comprehensive electric van line-up Renault

The Renault Electric Z.E. Range (Image: Renault)

Renault EV Sales Strongly Increase In June 2019: 3rd Best Month Ever

Both the Renault ZOE and the Kangoo Z.E. sell like hot cakes Renault noted a very strong electric car sales results in June 2019, delivering some 6,418 cars (excluding Twizy), which is 45% more than a year ago. After six months, sales amounted to 30,659 YTD (up 43%): Renault ZOE (passenger and commercial versions) –

Nissan e-NV200 sales soar as UK small businesses electrify their van fleets

UK sales of Nissan e-NV200 increase by 200% as business leaders switch to zero emission deliveries e-NV200 tops zero-emissions LCV sales in 10 European markets, including UK, Italy, Norway and the Netherlands The Nissan e-NV200’s environmental credentials and practicality attracts fleet customers including DHL, Chronopost, in adddition to private hire businesses LONDON, UK (June 14,

EZ-FLEX Electric LCV (Image: Renault)

Renault Unveils EZ-FLEX Electric Concept For Last Mile Delivery System

The new Renault EZ-FLEX concept showcased at Viva Tech 2019, was first revealed in April, as an experimental, electric and connected LCV that is compact and easy to handle and features a modular rear design. Groupe Renault has unveiled an all-new electric light commercial vehicle (LCV) concept, Renault EZ-FLEX, at the recently concluded Viva Tech

Renault rolling-out V2G trials across Europe

First vehicle-to-grid projects live in the Netherlands and Portugal. Renault has launched the first large-scale bi-directional charging pilot projects in Europe, starting in Utrecht, the Netherlands and on the Portuguese island of Porto Santo. Similar projects will follow in five more European countries with the aim to develop services and gather learnings for future harmonisation.