There might not be a big history of electric vans in the UK, but expect this to change rapidly as the number of battery-powered commercial vehicles is set to grow in the coming years. Here we recommend 5 great electric vans… While you could count the number of electric vans on one hand in recent
A new 30-day ‘try before you buy’ electric vehicle loan scheme piloted by the Nottingham ULEV Experience project could act as a blueprint for other UK cities that are considering Clean Air Zones. The scheme offers businesses and public sector organisations the opportunity of a fully-funded trial of electric cars and vans for 30 days
An electric vehicle you’ll hear coming. Nissan has partnered with the famous Mackies of Scotland to create a rather sweet concept vehicle. The electric vehicle pioneers and the ice cream brand have collaborated to create an all-electric ice cream van for “Clean Air Day” in the U.K. on June 20th, which demonstrates how a “Sky
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,
Amsterdam is the electric vehicle taxi capital of the world, as more taxi companies operate Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 vehicles.
Electric Van So what’s happening with the electric van? Everyone by now is aware of the exciting progress being made in the development of electric cars. We have the high performance Tesla Model S and the upcoming Model 3. We have the carbon-fibre BMW i3, the stylish Renault ZOE, and the budget Nissan Leaf. Technology
Do you ever wonder what shape the world might be in if electric cars had not been replaced by gas cars so long ago? It has been over 100 years after the legendary London department store Harrods first added an electric van to its fleet. Harrods is now returning to electric vehicle technology. The company
The Renault-Nissan Alliance continues to lead all other automakers globally in sales of battery-electric cars. The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling electric car in history, while the Renault Zoe now leads the European market for cars with plugs. But Renault-Nissan’s electric-vehicle dominance isn’t limited to passenger cars. Nissan says its e-NV200 was the best-selling electric