Scotland’s busiest airport takes off with solar, battery and EV project

A new solar farm, battery and EV charging infrastructure will be installed at Edinburgh Airport

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

High powers help Swansea charge faster than others!

‘Wales’ first’ high-powered EV charging hub has opened at Moto Swansea

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

Homeowners to spend $16bn on EV charging by 2026

By 2026, there will be around one billion EV charging sessions, according to a new study

British Gas research exposes regional inequalities of EV charging costs

The study found that just 21 councils across England and Wales allow drivers to charge their EV batteries for free

Internet of nothings – how my EV can’t charge without my Wi-Fi!

How EVs and chargers say no when the internet freezes

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