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3ti hits important funding target for…

 one Month ago

Norrie Hunter reports The roll-out of the world’s first pop-up mini solar car park and electric vehicle charging hub, Papilio3, will underpin continued clean energy technology development, according to 3ti founder and CEO Tim Evans… this comes…

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Train to gain: Why professional EV tech…

 about 2 months ago

EVA Scotland media advisor Norrie Hunter on widespread work within the aftermarket sector to gear up for the EV revolution. As the price difference between electric cars and traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles gradually narrows, the…

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A Year in the Life – of me, the EV and…

 about 2 months ago

​By Norrie Hunter… Remarkably, it’s been a year since my wife and I decided to go all-electric and get our first EV… almost 10,000 miles and smiling all the way! As I’ve said to friends before, we weren’t flag waving eco-warriors out to…

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Disabled driver survey to investigate

 about 2 months ago

Disabled motorists are not prepared for the change to electric vehicles, according to anecdotal evidence gathered by Disabled Motoring UK and so the organisation is to conduct a major survey to investigate further. This follows grant funding from the…

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BATTERY-POWERED Rickshaws and Tuk-Tuks…

 about 2 months ago

Remember the rickshaw, one of the most famous taxis in India and the Tuk-Tuk, the most popular taxis in south east Asia? Well both are back big style and with all – electric propulsion. Pollution in cities such as Delhi, Bangkok and Beijing, a…

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Road Test - The CUPRA Born

 2 months ago

Review by Giles Blair, Editor of The Daily Record Road Record IF YOU want proof of how good all-electric cars have become in recent years then the CUPRA Born should provide you with all the evidence you need. The dynamic Spanish marque’s family…

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Local authorities rise to the EV…

 2 months ago

​ The diverse nature of Scotland’s local authority vehicle fleets has seen many make multi-facetted approaches to the transition towards going ‘all electric’… but it’s not only about reducing their carbon footprint. By Norrie Hunter Click…

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Scotland figures highly in the FASTNED…

 2 months ago

Rapid charging stations, similar to the hub opened recently by European electric vehicle (EV) charging company Fastned in Hamilton will be installed in key areas of Scotland, forming part of a countrywide strategy by the company, according to a…

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New Scots home EV charge points

 2 months ago

With the majority of new homes in England - Scotland likely to follow soon - required to have electric car chargers fitted (from 15th June) multiple award-winning EV smart charger provider Ohme has seen a dramatic increase in demand from housing…

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Keeping horses safe from electric…

 2 months ago

There are no blinkers on horses when it come to detecting the approach of an electric vehicle according to a new study. Equines, it seems can sense an EV before their riders, according to a major research programme into how they respond to the noise…

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£30 million to support shift to zero…

 2 months ago

​ The Scottish Government is providing over £30 million this financial year to accelerate the shift to zero emission transport. This includes support for zero emission community transport and car clubs in addition to funding interest free loans…

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