The North East Ambulance Service has replaced five of its pool cars will fully electric Nissan Leafs.

Chinese car manufacturer JAC Motors has announced a partnership with Samsung SDI, which will supply batteries for its new electric vehicles (EVs).

Nissan is leading the way in electric vehicle (EV) taxi sales, with over 550 now on European roads.

Ahead of the Autumn Spending Review, the Environmental Audit Committee has called for Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) to be rebalanced to tackle NO2 emissions.

BMW has announced that a new battery and ‘optimised driveline’ will extend the range of the BMW i3.

Tesla is conducted a voluntary recall of all 90,000 Model S vehicles on the road due to a seatbelt issue.

Volkswagen (VW) Group has announced plans to significantly reduce investments in projects such as the all-electric Phaeton, by £750 million per year, in a bid to refocus development plans.

Toyota has confirmed that its hydrogen fuel cell Mirai qualifies for a £5,000 grant towards its purchase price from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has installed 90 new electric vehicle (EV) charge points around Paris for the COP21 climate change summit.

Engine cleaning company EDT Automotive has won the Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice, after developing a cleaning method that reduces emissions by an average of 63.5 per cent.


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