Here at EVA Scotland we're passionate about all forms of electric vehicles — not just cars. We take an interest in e-bikes, e-motorbikes, electric boats and ferries and – soon – electric planes, to name just a few. If you can help us out learning more about all forms of electric vehicles, then please do get in touch.
Blood Bikes Scotland adds another electric addition to their fleet
https://www.voltagebike.co.ukThe Scottish e-bike company VoltAge has the ambition to bring affordable, comfortable, e-bike travel to support green travel and health. Mike Gardner tells us more.
A “State of the Nation” by Matt Jackson, SWARCO eVolt | June 2020
A comprehensive, first hand review of the Jaguar I-Pace and how it compares with its high end EV competitors. Francis Galashan.
Recordings of EVA Scotland Events can be found here.
EVA Scotland's ambition is to be the voice of the electric vehicle movement all over Scotland
Electric Vehicles (EV) are fast becoming part of everyday life. The growth in utilisation in 2019 has been startling – a 144% increase in demand in the UK alone – and forecasts suggest that growth will continue at pace over the next decade, with the worldwide EV market worth $1438.8bn by 2025, and up to 230m EVs on the road by 2030.
Classic Conversions in Scotland
Adrian Loening takes us through the founding of EVA Scotland. Including what may well be the first 'Plugshare' in Scotland.
Lots of people new to EVs often get confused by the acronyms and terms, while many long-time EV drivers see unfamiliar ones and can be puzzled by what they may mean. Here with EVA Scotland I’ve decided to share my most up to date list along with a few others that EVA Scotland have added already.
Join Beth Lily Georgiou on an eco-adventure from Bristol to Nordkapp promoting ocean awareness in 100% electric cars.
Electric boats (EBs) are a lot more diverse, complicated and varied than cars, because they have to tackle some very varied conditions, but they share some common features. Robert Kay briefly considers the history, advantages and future of electric boats and shipping.
Guest contributor and EVA Scotland member Dr Mike Gill (of WattsUp fame) outlines his perspective on the development of the rapid charging infrastructure in Scotland.
"The home of tomorrow is very much becoming the home of today, with homeowners now having increased choice and freedom on how best to play their own part in joining the rEVolution." — Liam Walker from myenergi offers his view on home charging.
"I didn’t choose the Plug Life, the Plug Life chose me", EVA Scotland member and EV battery engineer Dr Euan McTurk shares his journey to EV evangelist.