Wireless EV charging comes into reality

An energy company will charge a fleet of electric taxis wirelessly

Does London have the ‘fourth-highest LEZ fine in the world’?

Britain’s capital ranked in fourth place with ULEZ and Congestion penalty charges of £80, according to new research

February, another bumper month for BEV sales

Electrified vehicles accounted for more than a third of all new cars registered last month, according to a new report

Oxford charges ahead with massive electric bus plan

As many as 159 electric buses could soon hit Oxford’s streets

Industry urges government to establish EV charge regulator

Manufacturers and traders call for binding targets for chargepoint rollout as a condition of the zero-emission vehicle mandate

EVs accounted for 71.5% of January’s car registrations

Diesel car registrations dived 45.8% year-on-year, the SMMT said

New charges for diesel and petrol cars in Oxford

It has been confirmed that Britain’s first zero emission zone will begin in Oxford on 28th February

Government boosts Blyth gigafactory with £100m

The gigaplant is forecast to produce batteries for around 300,000 EVs a year

National Grid restores ancient peat bog in South Wales

The bog consists of 350,000 cubic metres of peat, which stores the equivalent carbon emitted from 22,000 cars

West Midlands village to give dead EV batteries a second life

Veolia will build a new facility that is predicted to process 20% of the UK’s end of life EV batteries by 2024