Electric van registrations dip 20%

Battery electric van registrations dropped 20.2% in October due to a large fleet order last year, while demand for BEVs has grown by 19.8% in 2023, according to a report

Delayed ban on diesel and petrol cars ‘incredibly confusing’

Mike Hawes, the CEO of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, is concerned that the reported postponed ban on diesel and petrol cars might deter people from switching to EVs

‘Biggest month in history’: EV uptake surges to unprecedent levels

March had the highest number of battery electric new car registrations on record, with 46,626 deliveries, according to a report

‘Real EV ranges are 20% lower than carmakers claim’

That’s the claim made in a new study that tested more than 70 EVs

EVs put the brakes on UK car manufacturers’ ‘long Covid’

Battery electric vehicle production increased by 6.5% during the first six months to record levels, according to a report

First decade of UK EV revolution supercharged with £10.8bn

More than 14,000 new jobs were created in British EV and battery sectors in the last ten years, according to a new report

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

EV production soared in worst January for car manufacturing since 2009

Electrified vehicles made up 27.4% of the total car production output, latest figures show

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