Loose wheel concerns on Toyota EV’s

Loose wheel concerns on Toyota EV’s Toyota has had to withdraw 2.7k of its electric vehicles among surging concerns that the wheels could fall off. These EV‘s have just been mass-produced and were only released in Japan two months ago – nontheless, Subaru has also had to recall 2,600 of its electric vehicles, as these…
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Well off EV owners in for a BIG shock

Well off EV owners in for a BIG shock: The Out of Touch Government Treasury and Transport Departments, must work with Drivers to get the best and absolutely fairest long term replacement to Fuel Duty The Transport Select Committee has just announced that the government should tax motorists based on miles travelled as the use…
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Bentley will produce the UK’s first electric vehicle

Bentley will produce the UK’s first electric vehicle: Bentley has committed to producing its first electric vehicle (EV) in the United Kingdom, with a £2.5 billion investment in sustainability over the next ten years. It plans to produce the widely awaited electric car at its Crewe factory in 2025, as part of its goal of…
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‘EV drivers have no desire to switch back to gasoline or diesel’

‘EV drivers have no desire to switch back to gasoline or diesel’:Just under 1% of electric vehicle (EV) drivers would switch back to gasoline or diesel vehicles. According to a new Zap-Map study, drivers are more than satisfactory with the range of their new vehicles and lower operating costs. Driver satisfaction for EVs and plug-in…
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Shell to place 50k EV street charging points by 2025

Shell to place 50k EV street charging points by 2025: Shell has reported plans to set up as much as 50,000 on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging points throughout the UK by 2025. The oil firm has additionally said it would cover as much as 1/4 of the cost of installation to help local authorities to…
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To meet UK net zero more steps on EV charging needed

To meet UK net zero more steps on EV charging needed: New measures must be established to guarantee electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure fulfils demand before the 2030 ban on selling new petrol & diesel cars. That’s reported by the new study from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), which recognises the advancement made with…
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The NHS are charging to go electric

The NHS are charging to go electric Roughly half of NHS trusts throughout the UK have installed electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructures for their staff, patients and the community. That is according to figures which were recently obtained by power management company Eaton. These figures also reveal that 43% of NHS trusts either have plans…
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Drax’s switch for SES Water cuts emissions

Drax’s switch for SES Water cuts emissions SES Water has recently invested in 16 brand new charging ports and have switched 10 of its 120 diesel vans to electric vehicles (EV’s). This is only an initial investment wih further plans to switch to EV’s in the bid to lower the carbon footprint. This initial investment…
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Ofgem £300m investment for EV change

Ofgem £300m investment for EV change With a £300m investment into the switching of Electric vehicles, has Britain got enough charge to make the big switch? With an investment aimed to be delivered within the next two years, Britain looks to accelerate its efforts in the manufacturing of the infrastructure needed to ready itself for…
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