Lancashire County Council has successfully bid for £14.8 million of government funding, of which part will be set aside for at least 150 new charging points.

A major concern within the fleet industry following the UK’s EU referendum decision is how the government will ensure that the transfer of goods in and out of Europe remains cost effective and feasible.

The Greener Vehicle Discount (GVD) sunset period for London’s Congestion Zone will end today (Friday 24 June), meaning models which were previously free to drive in the area will now be charged at the full rate.

Toyota has revealed that its next-generation of the Prius plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHV) will have the option of a built-in solar roof that will produce energy to help charge the car and power its appliances.

It has been reported that German car manufacturer Volkswagen (VW) will pay between $1,000 and $7,000 to affected VW owners in addition to paying fees to fix or buy back the cars.

A platform in Sweden has been created by Renault to allow electric vehicle (EV) drivers to charge their cars in private homes, at a cost determine by the homeowner.

BMW has unveiled plans to enter the energy storage market with the use of its i3 batteries, with aims to become the first automotive manufacturer to use a complete automotive high-voltage battery for energy storage.

Mitsubishi Motors has announced that it expects a 41 per cent drop in retail sales in Japan following April’s improper fuel consumption testing.

MAHLE Powertrain has been revealed as the first independent engineering service provider (ESP) to have its real driving emissions (RDE) test process and routes approved by the Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA).

Fiat Chrysler is considering adding full electric vehicles to its line-up, with the Maserati Alfieri sportscar and a small city car top of the list.


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