‘Pay per mile’ scheme considered to drive down London’s emissions

A report suggests that a new road user charging system is needed in London by the end of the decade at the latest

How does winter weather affect your EV batteries?

What effect do colder temperatures have on EV range and performance – and what can you do about it?

Mitsubishi and OVO’s platform to boost EV smart charging in Japan

The companies aim to launch products and services that enable energy utilities and car makers to reward customers for switching to EVs

The 8 EV myths everyone should stop believing

As any new technology that comes to the market, electric vehicles (EVs) have had their critics. The EVs we see on our roads today are far more advanced than those we saw entering the market five to ten years ago.

The transition to electric: A fleet manager’s checklist

Helping your drivers to go electric is a vital step on your fleet’s journey to net zero.

Is COP26 running short of EV chargers?

Glasgow has reportedly fewer than 250 EV charging points to meet the soaring demand during the 26th UN Climate Change Conference

Does hydrogen storage in fossil reservoirs hold the key to Britain’s energy crisis?

The UK has enough wind and solar capacity to support green hydrogen production to the equivalent capacity of 25 Hinkley Point C nuclear power plants, according to new research

Drax launches new platform to accelerate electric vehicle uptake

Renewable energy company Drax has today launched My Electric Vehicles, a first-of-its-kind fleet management platform for businesses, supporting their efforts to decarbonise and meet their ESG goals.

Government offers £2m in new grants for green transport startups

Battery cooling and portable charging solutions are among the awarded projects

UK drivers agree EV taxes should be raised

A new study reveals that 87% of British motorists agree that the possible £40bn of fuel tax losses need to be recouped as EV adoption rockets