Patrick McLoughlin is to continue in his role of Transport Secretary, David Cameron has announced following last Thursday’s election victory for the Conservatives.

Hyundai Motors UK have officially announced the public pricing of their ix35 fuel cell model, which will retail for £53,105. This is inclusive of part-funding offered from the HyFive project, which offers customers a saving of nearly £15,000.

Electric carmaker Tesla Motors is attempting to expand beyond its vehicles business by unveilling batteries that can power homes and businesses, through storing solar energy.

The British general election is looming, and on May 7 millions of us will be driving to the polling stations to register our vote, in what could be the most exciting and unpredictable election in years. It’s easy to find out what cars our party leaders drive, but the more interesting question is this: what should they be driving?

AVIS Denmark has placed an order for 401 Nissan e-NV200 vans and 60 units of the Nissan LEAF. Along with the 400 Nissan LEAF electric cars ordered in 2014, AVIS now has the largest electric vehicle fleet in Europe with 861 vehicles.

Alejandro Agag, Formula E’s chief executive, will speak at LowCVP’s annual conference, which takes place the week before Britain’s first FIA Formula E electric car race.

EV charging company Rolec EV has announced a partnership with Charge Your Car (CYC) to offer its EV charging point customers a year’s free access to CYC’s nationwide network of over 2,000 charging points.

UK commercial vehicle fleet managers could collectively save up to £2.6 billion in fuel costs by operating ultra-low emission vans, research by Go Ultra Low has found.

The Hertz Corporation has introduced the latest electric Nissan Leaf model to its main London locations fleets, providing tourists and local residents with a sustainable driving option.

A £6.6 million investment in hydrogen infrastructure, representing another significant step in enabling the use of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, has been announced by the government.


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