OXIS Energy is progressing on the way to commercialize its lithium-sulfur (Li-S) battery, which already offers energy density of more than 400 Wh/kg.
Councils across the country will install around 350 new charging points to support electric taxi uptake.
Prices start from £71,490 after the £3,500 Plug-in Car Grant has been applied, but the top-of-the-range Launch Edition variant comes in at £82,240.
Mitsubishi just introduced in the UK the commercial version of its latest 2019 Outlander PHEV, which has cargo room instead of the rear seats.
Kia e-Niro sells like hot cakes, which is nothing strange after a tsunami of positive reviews, but now there's a big bottleneck in production and huge delays.
In January, the overall plug-in electric market in UK increased by 8.5% to 3,602 new registrations at a market share of over 2.2%
The new British start-up Connected Kerb installed its first curbside AC charging station in Borough Road, Southwark. The company targets residential market in...
More and more drivers are planning on making the switch to an electric or hybrid vehicle. There are several factors driving these changes.
British drivers bought an electric or plug-in hybrid car every nine minutes in 2018, with a record number of environmentally-friendly vehicles registered.
The Renault ZOE remains the best among affordable electric cars in the UK according to What Car? Six wins in a row in the cheap EV segment.
The government has been criticized for removing or reducing incentives for eco-friendly cars.
The Go Ultra Low collaborative campaign provides us with more insight to plug-in electric car sales in the UK.
According to Zipcar, the Volkswagen electric car sharing fleet in London was used by 10,000 members and already covered over 250,000 miles.
BMW reports that in 2018, demand for electric and petrol/electric models increased by over 25% in the UK.
The year 2018 was a record for plug-in car sales in the UK as 59,911 new registrations were noted (up by 21.8%) at an average market share of 2.53%.
Zero-emission-capable vehicles (aka plug-ins and maybe hydrogen fuel cell cars) will be exempt from London Congestion Charge by 2021 (BEVs by 2025).
Almost a fifth of Brits want to make the switch to an electric car in 2019 as part of eco-friendly new year’s resolutions, a recent survey has discovered.
All government-funded home charging points for electric vehicles will have to use so-called smart technology from July 2019 on.
As expected, the plug-in electric car market in the UK was affected by lower incentives and withdrawal of some plug-in hybrids models (not certified to WLTP...