Research into the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) vehicle registration data by Cornwall Insight shows Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) in 2020 have already grown 76.1% on the whole of 2019.
The Guardian newspaper reported that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to accelerate the shift to electric vehicles this autumn with an announcement to help trigger a green economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Benefit schemes meant to attract employees such as communal kitchens and canteens will become anathema, while others may not make sense for a business’ bottom line. The company car, once a desirable perk, may soon become a memory with fewer employees commuting and flexible home-work options becoming more common and even permanent.
As companies re-shape their car choice lists their most pressing priority is to introduce more electric and hybrid cars, so the numbers are likely to continue to increase.
As the UK moves towards net zero, fleets could be a crucial component in the journey by leading the charge in the electric vehicle roll-out - a move that would represent half of the number of EVs expected by 2030, according to a new report
With more and more traditional car manufacturers crossing over to the EV market and new models being announced month after month, we continue to see long waiting lists as the inevitable move towards electric continues to pick up pace.
Despite positive reinforcement from the Government and numerous studies showing the benefits that electric vehicles (EVs) will eventually offer to the UK, there is still nationwide doubt about the potential of an electric future.
A shortage of public charging points will seriously hamper the adoption of electric vehicles.“Yet only a continued uptake of EVs will provide the confidence to invest in, and develop, a charging infrastructure
With over 45 models on the market to choose from, the number of SME's acquiring EVs is increasing. According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders there was a 21% increase in the number of registrations for electric vehicles in 2018 in the UK.
With the number of EVs on the road gklobally set to pass 20 million within the next decade, the UK’s contribution to this number is likely to be minimal as it lacks the momentum countries like Norway and the Netherlands have.
There’s general consensus in the automotive industry that the future is electric. However, there’s not much agreement on what that future actually looks like. I thought it would be interesting to dig into some of the existing proposals and plans to make a prediction on the future of EV charging. In this article, I look at three different points: battery-based [...]
THERE'S general consensus in the automotive industry that the future is electric. However, there’s not much agreement on what that future actually looks like. I thought it would be interesting to dig into some of the existing proposals and plans to make a prediction on the future of EV charging. In this article, I look at three different points: battery-based [...]
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