GRIDSERVE installs the ‘UK’s fastest EV charger’ at the Braintree Electric Forecourt

GRIDSERVE has installed the UK’s “fastest EV charger” at the Braintree Electric Forecourt to optimise charging technologies. The ABB Terra 360kW charger is capable of adding 100 miles of range in less than five minutes, the company said, dramatically increasing charging times whilst on the go around the UK. The public charger is equipped with

E.U. plans for only electric new vehicles by 2035 ‘without precedent’

After months of negotiations, the European Union reached a political agreement this week to effectively ban new nonelectric cars from 2035 onward. The agreement, reached at 9 p.m. on Thursday in Brussels and announced by the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament, amounts to a 100 percent carbon dioxide emission reduction target for new

Blades Being Installed on Turbine 5, Yelvertoft Wind Farm (Image: T. Larkum)

Wind power could save UK households £250 per annum compared to gas, says RenewableUK

Wind power could save each UK household nearly £250 in savings per year compared to gas, says new analysis conducted by RenewableUK. The analysis showed that the 19GW of wind farm capacity that won Contracts for Difference (CfDs) support will generate around 93TWh by the time it is all operational in 2027. This is around

EVIOS acquires Andersen EV to bolster chargepoint business

EV chargepoint manufacturer EVIOS has confirmed the acquisition of Andersen EV, a home charging company. Under the agreement, the two brands will co-exist, serving different parts of the EV market and benefit from shared investment in technology, installation personnel and customer support. EVIOS was founded by former founder and CEO of Chargemaster, David Martell. In April,

2020 Renault Zoe (Image: Renault)

Renault Zoe will not be replaced for another generation

The Renault Zoe, first released in 2012, will not be replaced, Renault boss Fabrice Cambolive has confirmed, ending its life as one of the best-selling electric cars in its home country. Instead, the Renault Clio and Renault Captur will continue so they can supplement Renault’s new electric compact car line-up, headed by the Renault 4 and 5 – both arriving by 2025. Cambolive described this to Autocar as a dual