Oil companies add electric charging to forecourts

The world’s major oil companies are changing their business plans to add battery recharging to their forecourts to ensure they remain viable when it comes to powering the vehicles of the future. As the automotive world slowly turns its back…

Carbon emissions fall to new low at Fleet Alliance

Fleet Alliance has seen carbon emissions fall to an all-time low of 115g/km per vehicle for all new cars ordered in the last six months, as corporate buyers increasingly turn to green models for tax and environmental reasons. Over the…

Hyundai joins Go Ultra Low campaign

Hyundai Motor UK has signalled its commitment to an ultra-low emission future by joining Go Ultra Low, the government and industry-backed campaign that exists to highlight the benefits of plug-in and fuel cell electric vehicles. The news comes as sales…

Mixed reaction to Government clean air plan

The Government has published its draft air quality plan with an emphasis on local authorities to implement its proposals including the introduction of Clean Air Zones, although the plan says it would prefer LAs not to have to charge motorists to enter…

Electric cars – how far how fast?

Electric cars: seems like they’ve been around forever. As ever, there were the initial early adopters, but now they are moving from a niche to the ‘oh that’s interesting’ category as they become increasingly popular. And with improvements to battery…

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