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EV drivers warned to take action on…

 one week ago

...courtesy of Fleet World News  By Nat Middleton As more energy industry observers warn of dramatic increases in energy prices this winter, EV drivers should future-proof their motoring costs by ensuring they’re on the best possible smart…

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Electric cars can travel up to 19 miles…

 one week ago

​...courtesy of Fleetworld Electric cars can travel up to 19 miles after their range readouts hit zero, new tests from What Car? have found. Its trials saw 10 electric cars undergo a real-world summer range test to see how far they can go in…

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'Electric revolution': Diesel sales…

 2 weeks ago

...courtesy of Express Cars ELECTRIC cars are seeing massive support from industry and consumers, as petrol and diesel production continues to slump. Battery EV production increased by 6.5 percent during the first six months to record levels,…

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Ford trials revolutionary new robot…

 2 weeks ago

Ford may be on to a winner with their EV charging solution for disabled drivers… an in-car controlled automated robot charger that makes plugging-in much less of a challenge. Zap-Map says that whilst charging an electric vehicle (EV) may be a…

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Major Battery Plant headed for Dundee?

 2 weeks ago

...courtesy of the Dundee Courier Thurso-based AMTE Power - specialists in the development of lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries for the transport and storage sectors – is in talks to establish a scale-up facility in the largest building at the…

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Osprey commits to accessible and safe…

 3 weeks ago

Independent, public EV charging endorsement body ChargeSafe will inspect each Osprey site as part of a UK-wide site assessment for safety and accessibility ChargeSafe’s detailed site inspection criteria are based on Motability guidance and PAS1899…

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Managing Scotland’s charging network

 3 weeks ago

On the anniversary of being awarded the contract to take full operational responsibility for one of Scotland’s public electric vehicle charge point operations, Justin Meyer, managing Director of Swarco talks of the challenges still ahead as the…

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Contactless EV Charging Payments now…

 4 weeks ago

Charge point management system Fuuse have fully integrated with leading payment terminals Payter to enable ‘just tap’ contactless payments for electric vehicle charging sessions. Drivers can now plug in their vehicles at any Fuuse powered…

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‘RANGE ANXIETY’ COMING TO AN END……

 4 weeks ago

New figures released by Zap-Map, the UK’s leading EV charging app, shows a 42% growth in ultra-rapid charge point installations in 2022 – this follows a growth of almost 40% since the end of 2021. According to Zap-Map, this shows that the…

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ZipCharge wins the Shell.ai…

 one Month ago

ZipCharge selected as the winner of the Decarbonising Cities Pitch Competition supported by Shell at the CogX Festival 2022 ZipCharge showcased the Go portable powerbank and its use of machine learning, IoT and AI as a solution to optimise energy…

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The Chameleon from Connected Kerb -…

 one Month ago

The Chameleon is a new bollard-style charging point from Connected Kerb, designed and manufactured right here in the UK. It is one of the lowest impact and smallest dual charger solutions for public on-street charging in the market. It can also be…

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heycar and Autovia announce new…

 one Month ago

Today, car buying site, heycar and automotive media business, Autovia have announced a new commercial partnership for Autovia’s BuyaCar platform. From today, BuyaCar customers can browse heycar’s quality used stock from dealers on the BuyaCar…

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