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

EVs face ‘double the risk of suffering tyre or wheel problems than diesel cars’

EVs are nearly three times more likely to break down because of wheel or tyre problems, rather than battery issues, new report suggests

Government cuts plug in car grant by 40% – industry responds

The plug in grant has been cut to £1,500 down from £2,500

‘The future is electric’: US sets out plan for 500k new EV charge points

The US Vice President announced a new strategy to make EV charging more accessible

‘Nearly 77k ULEZ non-compliant cars were driven every day in London’

Almost 92% of vehicles driven into the zone in the first month of ULEZ were compliant, according to the report

Gatwick Airport flies high with ‘world’s first’ electric forecourt

A total of 11 GRIDSERVE Electric Hubs will be built at motorway sites

bp buys US EV fleet charging firm

The company aims to have a network of 70,000 EV charging points by 2030

“Fuel retailers will lose credibility if they will not cut petrol prices this week”

The RAC claims the biggest retailers are still collecting bigger profits on every litre they sell than they traditionally do

Is the UK planning to build a rare earth magnets factory?

A new study will soon set out how to restart the British production of the magnets used in EVs and wind turbines