A majority of company car drivers in the UK would consider going electric if their employers offered plug-ins, according to new research from Go Ultra Low.

Tesla has announced that it will phase out free lifetime usage of its supercharger network, with fees to be introduced in 2017.

Toyota is considering a mass-produced long-range electric vehicle (EV) that would be available by 2020, according to a report from the Nikkei business daily.

ITM Power has signed a fuel contract with Hyundai Motor UK, selling hydrogen at £10/kg for refuelling the Hyundai iX35 Fuel Cell Vehicle fleet.

Unveiled at the Wired 2016 conference, the Charge van has an electric range of 100 miles, but is capable of 500 miles when in ‘dual mode’.

The Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers allow employees to charge their electric vehicles whilst giving stored energy back to the grid.

A Ford engineer from Germany has developed the Carr-E, a last-mile electric rideable platform that fits neatly in the boot.

The grant from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) offers businesses a subsidy on charging points to incentivise the uptake of electric vehicles.

Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have won the latest battle in legal action against the UK Government over levels of air pollution.

The company was awarded the RAC Simms Medal for an ‘Outstanding Contribution to Motoring Innovation’ for its Rasa hydrogen fuel cell car, which emits just water.


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