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Rising electricity prices, inflation and the scarcity of raw materials have cast doubt on the future prospects of electric mobility – so what is the future of the electric car?
Mer Charging UK Ltd demonstrates how the future of the electric mobility transition promises greater strides toward net zero.
How transport innovations and developments will shape our futures despite the challenges of climate change.
How long will it take European drivers to save for electric vehicles based on the average cost of an EV compared to the average wage?
L-Charge aims to accelerate the transition to an electric vehicle future through the deployment of their ultra-fast off-grid EV charging solutions, which use clean fuels such as LNG, Bio-LNG and green hydrogen for onboard power generation.
Providing renewable technology solutions to help companies meet the 2050 net-zero deadline.
Although EV sales currently make up only a small proportion of total road vehicles, sales figures across both EVs and petrol cars continue to converge, and it sends a clear message: the EV fleets are coming.
Easee UK Ltd consider what the UK can learn from Norway’s uptake of electric vehicles.
The public sector must tread a careful line between saving money and increasing the decarbonisation of fleets, here’s how Shell Fleet Solutions think we can do it.
Kevin Welstead, Electric Vehicle Sector Director at SSE Energy Solutions, explains why action from local councils is essential to shift vehicles from petrol and diesel to electricity.
Dr Vincent Thornley, Managing Director of Fundamentals Ltd., explores who should pay to power electric vehicles as the market continues to evolve under the EV infrastructure strategy.
VolkerSmart Technologies discuss the necessities of greener transportation, stating that EVCPs will play a major part in tackling the climate crisis.
Chris Darby, CTO and Co-Founder of ev.energy, argues that once the UK adjusts its relationship with energy, then it will reach its net zero targets.
Transforming transport for staff and visitors in the NHS is a prime opportunity for the Government to lead the public sector charge towards a more sustainable future.
E-fleets could be the catalyst for smart city transportation, reducing transport emissions and amping up electric vehicles in cities.
A staggering 99% of working electricians believe that there are major risks with EV charging work so we must prioritise EV training, now.
Connected Kerb exists to power the future of sustainable mobility for everyone. Here Vicki Evans explores the significance of making EV charging more accessible to the general public whilst also illustrating the importance of electrifying the NHS fleet.
Electric vehicles are increasing in demand across the UK – but with this EV growth, more infrastructure and EV charging points are needed.
Connected Kerb provide charging infrastructure solutions for electric vehicles, making a sustainable future achievable.
Crown Commercial Service details how they are helping the public sector get on the road to carbon net-zero.