Leading carmakers unite for new UK EV charging network

Leading electric carmakers are to come together to develop a multi-standard and inter-operable charging network throughout the UK and Ireland.

App launched to help companies plan EV infrastructure

A new app has been developed by EDF Energy that allows fleet managers to develop, design and cost an electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

New charging points for Essex County Council

Essex County Council has recently installed three new OLEV-funded rapid charging stations to meet the needs of electric vehicle owners in the area.


Connectivity enables a new paradigm for auto mobility

Telematics Update’s Susan Kuchinskas reports from Telematics Detroit on an age when the car will truly become part of the driver’s digital lifestyle

Glancing back at old EVs

Electric vehicle technology is seen as the cutting edge of modern vehicle manufacturing, but it is not a new phenomenon.

Gearing up for
 the GreenFleet Awards

The 2014 GreenFleet Awards, coming to the Heritage Motor Centre motor museum in Warwickshire on October 30, aims to shine a spotlight on the efforts of fleet managers and vehicle manufacturers.

Electric ambitions in the South East

The South East of England is improving its electric vehicle charging infrastructure to encourage residents and businesses to take-up plug-in vehicles.

All eyes on the ePrix

Motorsport history was made on 14 September as the world’s first ever fully-electric single-seater race took place in Beijing, marking the season opener of the FIA Formula E Championship.

Counting the cost of electric vans

There are two schools of thought from manufacturers of electric light commercial vehicles: sell the battery outright with the vehicle or have the operator lease it


Occupying the Octavia

Angela Pisanu reports from behind the wheel of the cleanest and most fuel-efficient Škoda Octavia yet, the GreenLine III 1.6 TDI

New Power Generation

Economical, smart-looking, practical and good value. The Hyundai i10 ups its game

Joined-up thinking

Has Ford played a masterstroke by ditching the diesel and installing a 1.0-litre petrol engine into a small commercial vehicle? Richard Gooding links up with the Transit Connect to investigate


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