September News Round Up: Toyota’s i-ROAD & COMS ultra-compact electric vehicles are taking part in a major pilot programme in the French city of Grenoble.
September News Round Up: Drivers of electric vehicles from different manufacturers will soon be able to use a new network of multi-standard rapid chargers compatible with cars using 44kW CCS, 44kW CHAdeMO or 43kW AC systems.
Chargemaster, the UK’s largest manufacturer of electric vehicle charging points, has announced that it will continue to offer its popular Homecharge i 3kW charging point installed totally free of charge.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has launched a new Air Quality Manifesto for London and inspected a new range-extended electric taxi.
Tesla today opened its second new UK store and service centre, in West London.
Renault claims that it may be the last manufacturer to offer a free domestic charging point with a new fully-electric car.
Right hand drive versions of the all-electric Tesla Model S are now in the UK, at the same time as Tesla’s Supercharger network has opened.
Drayson Wireless Limited is being formed to commercialise wireless energy technology developed at Imperial College London.
The Audi Allroad Shooting Brake e-tron quattro concept, capable of 149mpg and 45g/km CO2, has been shown at the Detroit Motor Show.
British Gas is testing 28 all-electric Nissan e-NV200 vans throughout the winter to determine the viability of 100% electric vehicle technology as part of its 13,000 home service vans fleet.