Gridserve has announced plans to build a UK-wide network of Electric Forecourts®, designed specifically for the needs of electric vehicle (EV) drivers.

Logistics firm The Delivery Group has announced it is switching its Central London fleet to electric vehicles, with a view to roll out additional EVs across other sites later this year.

Hydrogen fuel company ULEMCo has announced plans to launch a zero emission 50 kW (KVA) generator later this year to reduce emissions from non-road mobile machinery.

Another nine van operators have signed up to take the Clean Van Commitment (CVC), which is a public pledge to move to zero emission vans in cities by 2028.

Falkirk Council has taken delivery of a further 10 Kia Soul EVs, taking its electric vehicle fleet to 45 vehicles in total.

Nissan research finds that despite 60 per cent of respondents being willing to purchase an EV to benefit the environment, only a quarter of respondents were aware of the financial incentives available


Ford is using big data to identify the most beneficial places to locate new rapid-charging points, so that they are installed where they would actually be used rather than drivers making special journeys to top-up.

The AIR Index shows that many Euro 6 diesels will still be producing many times the officially published NOx limit, but will get free access to ULEZ.

The Central London ULEZ is now operational from today (8 April) in the same area as the current Congestion Charge zone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

The City of London Corporation's waste collection, street cleansing and ancillary services will be conducted in fully electric Refuse Collection Vehicles (RCVs) from tomorrow, 6 April.


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