Nissan has introduced an initiative which will allow electrical vehicle (EV) owners in the UK to sell power back to the National Grid.

11 UK organisations are included in the first selection of companies which have gained the ‘Go Ultra Low Company’ status, after adopting electric vehicles (EVs) in their fleet.

Plans to make nearly every vehicle in the country zero-emission by 2050 have been encouraged with the launch of a £2 million government fund to encourage more businesses to switch to hydrogen-fuelled vehicles.

Essex-based Tevva Motors’ has achieved a landmark achievement for the next generation electric, range extended commercial vehicle, by tolling up a combined total distance of 27,000 miles on its prototype vehicles.

A survey by Nissan, and reported on by The Guardian, has shown that Japan now has more electric car charging points than petrol stations.

In order to keep in line with Transport for London (TfL) legislation, the London Taxi Company (LTC) has announced that it will launch its first electrically powered black cab in late 2017.

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has become the fourth plug-in vehicle to sell more than 100,000 units worldwide.

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has called on the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to deliver some ‘quick wins’ for the capital by working closely with the freight and logistics industry.

As London awaits the announcement of its new Mayor, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) has issued its ‘Freight Manifesto’, which will help deliver a stronger, safer and cleaner capital city.

New data published by RAC Fuel Watch has revealed that motorists have faced a second month of price rises at the pump in a row.


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