Charging

‘Range anxiety’ remains the big...

Aug 20, 2019Comments off

One year on from the unveiling of the government’s Road to Zero plan and a new survey by Venson Automotive Solutions reveals that whilst company

BP Chargemaster open first 150kW charger si...

Aug 19, 2019Comments off

BP Chargemaster has made its first installation of 150kW ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers at a BP forecourt. The two chargers – which have been

LEVC partners EO Charging in Scotland

Aug 19, 2019Comments off

EO Charging, one of the UK’s leading electric vehicle (EV) charger manufacturers, has been selected as The London EV Company’s (LEVC) official charging partner in

EV charging stations surpass number of fuel...

Aug 16, 2019Comments off

There are now almost 1,000 more public places to charge electric cars than there are forecourts to pump petrol in the UK – 9,300 EV

Could solid-state batteries signal a major ...

Aug 14, 2019Comments off

Range anxiety, expense, safety, weight – just some of the issues potential electric car buyers are having to face. Lithium-ion batteries have been around for

Electric Vehicle Charging pioneer and inven...

Aug 14, 2019Comments off

Calvey Taylor-Haw, an inventor and entrepreneur who designed and built the first electrical charging points in the UK is suing BP Chargemaster for unfair dismissal

Government doubles funding for on-street el...

Aug 12, 2019Comments off

Owning and charging an electric vehicle is set to become more convenient than ever thanks to an additional £2.5 million to fund the installation of

Fruit 4 London to participate in pioneering...

Aug 05, 2019Comments off

Fruit 4 London, a distributor of fresh fruit to offices and residents in the capital, will trial the use of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology to power

BP Chargemaster electrifies Lincolnshire

Aug 05, 2019Comments off

Lincolnshire Co-op has selected BP Chargemaster as its partner to install 50kW rapid electric vehicle chargers at two of its stores, with more arriving soon. With

‘Quality must come first’ on EV...

Aug 02, 2019Comments off

In response to the government’s recent pledge to invest more cash into electric vehicle charging infrastructure, Bureau Veritas has stated that “quality must come first”

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