Following its investigations regarding incorrect CO2 emissions and fuel economy figures, Volkswagen (VW) has announced the number of affected vehicles is much smaller than initially thought.

Nissan has teamed up with energy supplier ENEL to trial the idea of ‘Smart Grids’, technology which will allow owners to use their car as a moveable energy hub.

Renault and energy supplier Eneco have agreed to join efforts in creating a smart charging solution for electric vehicles at COP21 Paris conference.

The Renault Traffic prototype, displayed along the sidelines of the COP21 climate summit has an electric drivetrain and is fitted with used batteries.

Hyundai Motor has unveiled its new compact IONIQ, which will be the first vehicle to go on sale with three different EV powertrains available in a single body.

Citroen has announced the release of an electric buggy known as the E-Mehari, which will be available to purchase in 2016.

Automotive Leasing, the specialist public sector brand of LeasePlan, has reported good results from it’s GreenPlan ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV) project.

Porsche has announced that its all-electric Mission E vehicle, displayed at September’s Frankfurt Motor Show, will go ahead.

The UK government has continued to pledge its commitment to cut vehicle emissions at the COP21 climate conference in Paris.

The 18 month electrical vehicle (EV) pilot project, My Electric Avenue, has released its findings, in hope that energy companies, car manufacturers and others can learn from the scheme.

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Expert Panel

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