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EV rapid charging infrastructure in Britain obtains £75m

EV rapid charging infrastructure in Britain obtains £75m: Electric vehicle (EV) charging services supplier Osprey Charging will finance £75 million in constructing over 150 rapid EV charging hubs all over the UK throughout the next 4 years. Every hub will integrate as much as 12 rapid chargers, this means the project will provide 1,500 units…
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UK government called to take action on non EV emissions

UK government called to take action on non EV emissions The UK government has been urged to introduce a zero emission vehicles (ZEV) mandate to ensure their is a clear path for the increase in ZEV sales. This is one of the recommendations that has been included in a new report by Energy UK, which…
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Europe’s roads will see almost 84m EVs by 2030

Europe’s roads will see almost 84m EVs by 2030: An approximated 84 million electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to be moving along European streets by 2030. This would be an increase from the current 3 million fully electric or plug-in hybrid cars & light commercial vehicles travelling the continent’s roadways. That’s on the authority of…
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The UK is lacking in EV uptake

The UK is lacking in EV uptake The UK now at high risk of staying far behind in the global electric vehicle (EV) uptake by 2030. This statement is one of the findings of a recent report published by the clean transport campaign group Transport & Environment, which have made the estimation that the UK…
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EVs are still ‘too expensive’ for nearly 81% of Brits

EVs are still ‘too expensive’ for nearly 81% of Brits: In the UK more than four-in-five drivers believe that Electric Vehicles (EVs) are still too expensive. The majority of Brits still find switching to an Electric Vehicle a rather pricy move while nearly 63% have never heard of the plug-in grant this is one of…
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Drivers of polluting cars in Bath face fees

Drivers of polluting cars in Bath face fees: In Bath drivers of polluting cars will face daily fees of up to £100 to drive to the city centre. Launched today is a scheme that is believed to be  the first in the UK outside of London to introduce a charging clean air zone, with a…
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February saw high demands for clean vehicles

February saw high demands for clean vehicles: The only ‘survivors’ of the weakest February for car sales since 1959 were battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs). The report by Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) suggests that one-in-eight registrations that took place last month were for PHEVs and BEVs. BEVs and…
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EVs cost more to run believed by almost 26% of drivers

EVs cost more to run believed by almost 26% of drivers: Running an electric vehicle (EV) is more expensive than the other fuel-powered counterparts is incorrectly believed by over 25% of drivers. Car dealer group Robins & Day in a new report, finds EVs cost the same to run as their petrol or diesel-fuelled equivalent…
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£690 drivers fee to park cars outside homes

£690 drivers fee to park cars outside homes: A maximum fee of £690 will soon be set in place for one London borough’s residents to park their cars outside their own homes. Merton Council will be introducing a new measure of emission-based charging systems which will lead to cutting the use of the most polluting…
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Drivers set to recieve £3000 to give up their vehicles.

Drivers set to recieve £3000 to give up their vehicles: Drivers will soon be offered to choose greener ways of transport and to recieve a payment upto £3,000 to abandon internal combustion engines (ICE). There will be a new trial programme in Coventry in the spring that offers drivers ‘credits’ to abandon their vehicles and…
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