‘Fruit peel waste can offer second life to old lithium-ion batteries and contribute to circular economy’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Madhavi Srinivasan and Assistant Professor Dalton Tay who spoke to FNZ about a novel new recycling technique

Canterbury City Council adds first-ever EV to its fleet

The local authority has set out plans to electrify its fleet to improve air quality

EVs could ‘save motorists £8 billion a year’ in fuel costs

Charging an EV at home adds an average of £370 a year to a household’s energy bills with the average driver spending £898 a year on petrol or diesel, according to a new report

Tesla joins Fair Cobalt Alliance to support miners in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The country currently produces approximately 70% of the world’s cobalt, which is predominantly used to produce batteries

Alfen selected to install 30 EV chargers for VW’s port terminals

The firm will deliver the infrastructure at key import points in Sheerness, Grimsby and Tyne – this is where VW’s EVs are imported and charged

US utility ComEd commits to 100% electric light-duty fleet by 2030

ComEd’s new electrification plan also aims to electrify 30% of its entire fleet by 2025

Drive Energi signs deal to electrify Greene King’s carparks

The contract will see it build, own and operate ‘one of the UK’s largest retail-located rapid charging networks’ across the pub and brewery giant’s 2,700 UK sites

Energy infrastructure company unveils ‘Australia’s first’ electric cherry picker

The elevated work platform service truck is expected to reduce Jemena’s carbon footprint by 30 tonnes every year

M&S introduces rapid chargers for EV customers in Kent

The retailer has partnered with bp Chargemaster to launch its first EV rapid chargers at its new site in Maidstone Eclipse Park

Birmingham to roll out renewable-powered EV charging network to cut emissions

The new EV charging infrastructure is set to support the electrification of the city’s taxi fleet