Number of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles on the road increases

Figures by Go Ultra Low shows that electric and plug-in vehicles are growing in popularity as registrations increase by 16 per cent.

Horsham District Council welcomes first electric taxi

Horsham District Council has welcomed its first all-electric taxi to the District, in order to drive down emissions.

Associations team up to raise concerns over HGV use in Clean Air Zones

Four associations have written a joint letter to transport secretary Chris Grayling calling for support to ensure that the introduction of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) will not unfairly hit businesses that rely on HGVs.

The Big Lemon reaches electric bus target

The Big Lemon launched a £405,000 bond offer last month to raise money for three electric buses, which has now been met.

Value of used electric vehicles rise

There has been a 41 per cent increase in the average selling price for electric vehicles in the first quarter of trading in 2018.

Increase in diesel cars on the road

According to Department for Transport figures, the number of diesel cars licensed in Great Britain has risen from 12 million at the end of 2016, to 12.4 million at the end of last year.

Pilot scheme proposed to increase electric charge points in Wales

In order to increase the number of electric charge points in Cardiff, a new pilot scheme has been proposed.

 ULEMCo to showcase zero emission combustion engine truck

ULEMCo has developed a truck with a combustion engine powered from zero carbon hydrogen fuel.

Fife Council has reduced its CO2 output by 3,400 tonnes compared to 2017, by using telematics to improver employees’ driving style and reduce mpg.

Mercedes-Benz Vans has released the specs of its new electric Sprinter, which will be out in 2019 as a follow up to the eVito.


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Expert Panel - Telematics

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GreenFleet Expert Panel - Connectivity

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2018 Nissan LEAF Tekna 40kWh

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The Plug-in Hybrid is the last of Hyundai’s Ioniq family to arrive, but does it offer the best benefits of all-electric and hybrid running? Richard Gooding tops up his knowledge on the South Korean newcomer

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