Chargemaster has announced an expansion in its POLAR charging point network, and plans to install over 2,000 new points across the country.

The availability of the checking code necessary for motorists to share their driving licence details has been changed from 72 hours to 21 days as a result of a DVLA U-turn.

Over 14,000 plug-in cars have been sold in the first six months of 2015, leading to estimate that this year could be the most successful yet for electric vehicles in the UK.

The government will implement new regulations regarding vehicle exercise duty after a new three band classification was announced during Chancellor George Osborne’s first fully-Conservative Budget in the House of Commons since 1996.

According to the latest analysis from IHS Automotive, Norway continues to lead the global electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) market.

CNG Fuels has secured planning permission for the UK's largest CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) filling station.

The Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle has managed 312 miles on a single tank of fuel - a distance further than for any other zero-emissions car available.

The world’s first purpose-built all electric double decker bus will be introduced to London roads this year as a part of the capital’s continuing efforts to reduce emissions.

Mitsubishi's Outlander plug-in hybrid has knocked the Nissan Leaf from the top spot to become the most popular ultra-low emission vehicle on the road in the UK.

Europcar has announced the launch of a new electric vehicle car hire service in Birmingham.


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