Hybrids lead the change in fleets

I found this report from Arval in my daily reading this week: it said that UK fleets were ahead of the game in adopting hybrid technology. Whether hybrid or plug-in hybrid, UK fleets were at the head of a table…

The future of electric car refuelling

Imagine driving your electric car into a fuel station. You avoid the petrol and diesel pumps. Obviously. And glide silently (you’re an EV don’t forget) towards the ‘electric fuel’ pump. In about the same time that it’s taken your fellow…

Oil giant BP buys leading charging provider

Oil giant BP has acquired Luton-based Chargemaster as the fuel company looks to roll out a network of ultra-fast electric vehicle charging points at its forecourts across the UK. The acquisition will see the creation of BP Chargemaster as a…

Alternatively fuelled vehicles achieve record market share

Alternatively fuelled vehicles (AVFs) gained their highest market share yet in the fleet market in May as businesses continued to increasingly turn away from conventional petrol and diesel engined models. Latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders…

Grant goes green

It’s true. After years of company car driving I’m taking my first steps into greener motoring. I’m moving to a plug-in hybrid Volvo XC60. That’s the T8 Twin Engine model with the ability to run up to 28 miles on…

Five SUVs that hit the green button

You might have seen that Rolls-Royce has done the unthinkable: produced the Rolls-Royce of SUVs – the Cullinan. Now, if like me you might find it hard to imagine Rolls-Royce drivers – or perhaps I should say the occupants within…

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