electric vehicles

Cars
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Almost 100,000 pure electric vehicles to hit UK roads in 2020

This figure is based on DriveElectric’s own forecasts, and it will represent a significant increase from 37,850 – the number…

Other
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Councils branded ‘clean air hypocrites’ as 92% of their fleets rely on diesel vehicles

Authorities admitted to Auto Express that no “viable electric alternative” to the fuel exists in “the vast majority” of cases.…

Fuel
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Local authorities urged to take advantage of electric car funding as ‘league table’ of charging infrastructure released

Government urges local authorities to take advantage of £5 million funding available to help build up local charging infrastructure and…

Technology & Innovation
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Lexus hosts world premiere of the LF-30 Electrified concept at the Tokyo Motor Show

Lexus Electrified vision promises unmatched driver fulfilment and enjoyment of cars New LF-30 Electrified concept embodies Lexus’s vision of electrification…

Government Investment
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Over £500m new investment in green technologies for a cleaner and healthier future

£400 million fund to help develop rapid charging infrastructure points for electric vehicles First £70 million investment will create 3,000…

Government Investment
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Solar, high speed and wifi charging set to revolutionise electric transport

Twelve projects set to receive almost £40 million to revolutionise the experience of owning an electric vehicle in the UK…

Legislation & Regulation
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Electric taxis exempt from higher tax rates as UK moves towards net zero

new legislation will exempt zero-emission capable taxis from higher vehicle excise duty, encouraging more drivers to purchase them increased use…

Government Investment
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New requirements for electric chargepoints as country moves towards net zero

from 1 July 2019, all government-funded chargepoints must use innovative ‘smart’ technology which could keep costs down for consumers new…