Graphic showing devices using electricity

With numbers expected to reach 17 million by 2030, the presence of electric vehicles on UK roads is here to stay. The UK Government intends to stop all sales of petrol and diesel cars by 2040, meaning electric vehicles (EVs) will undoubtedly contribute to a decarbonised transport system. However, some Read more…

Electric truck charging at an ev charging station

A host of companies are offering fully electric commercial vehicles to governments and private industries that are looking to turn mail trucks and garbage haulers into vehicles of the future. As American car buyers cautiously dip their toes into the world of electric vehicles, pondering issues such as cost, charging Read more…

Graphic with green emission zone sign

Projections have suggested that the advent of electric vehicles will have a dramatic impact on oil demand and now its starting to show. With China adding the equivalent of London’s bus fleet every 5 weeks, that’s 279,000 barrels of oil a day removed from demand. The latest report from Bloomberg Read more…

Smart lampost used to charge electric vehicles

Written by a BBC reporter: In the street where I live no one yet owns an electric car – because there are no driveways on which to charge them. Indeed nearly a third of car-owners in the UK have no off-street parking, as they live in a flat or a Read more…

BMW i3 on display at an auto show

BMW is close to rolling out wireless charging on one of its cars — and this time, it doesn’t involve phones. That feature is already there, but being able to wirelessly charge your car is new. It really is a big charging pad for a 530e iPerformance plug-in hybrid. The Read more…