EV resale value rising, according to Cap hpi

Factors including the rollout of clean air zones, increased charging points and wider availability from manufacturers has helped create interest EVs.


The hub, located within a minute’s drive of the M1, just off junction 14 at Milton Keynes Coachway, is operating on the Polar network.

14 regions to share £25m from the Clean Bus Technology Fund

The announcement follows last year’s £40m grant to 20 local authorities which allowed councils to work with bus companies and technology providers to bring buses up to low emission standards.

Renault starts vehicle-to-grid charging pilot

Renault has begun a large-scale vehicle-to-grid pilot scheme which sends power from an electric vehicle back to the grid by placing reversible charging units aboard the cars.

Coventry University and FEV Group open centre for cleaner mobility

The Centre for Advanced Low-Carbon Propulsion Systems (C-ALPS) will harness academic and commercial expertise to support the development of electric, hybrid and combustion engines.

JLR installs 166 smart EV chargers at Gaydon centre

In what JLR claims is the largest single installation of its kind in the UK, the first phase of workplace charging will provide 166 smart charging spaces

Scottish Housing associations get EV car club funding

The fund supports housing associations in Aberdeenshire, Elgin, Fife, Glasgow, Midlothian, Aberdeen, Paisley and Orkney.

Association's policy paper suggests how such a scheme could be used in conjunction with new technologies such as integrated Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms.

Cardiff rejects CAZ, plans major changes totalling £32m

Plans include major changes to traffic flow on Castle Street and Westgate Street, replacing old buses with electric versions and making sure new taxis meet the latest emissions standards.

Major transport review to explore regulation around new transport modes

The future of mobility: urban strategy will explore regulations around new types of vehicles, how sharing data can reduce congestion, and how journey planning and payment can be simplified.


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