EU charging infrastructure ‘must expand to meet rising demand for EVs’

Although European sales of EVs increased by 110% in the last three years, the number of charging points grew by just 58%, according to a new report

ENGIE partners with Chilean copper miner Codelco on electric mining truck project

The vehicle will support the operations of the ‘world’s biggest’ underground copper mine

BMW partners with Off Grid Energy to give second life to retired EV batteries

Old BMW and MINI EV battery modules will be used to build new charging infrastructure

Audi launches new partnership to produce EVs in China

The joint venture with the Chinese state-owned automotive manufacturing firm FAW aims to target the premium market

Amazon reveals first custom electric delivery vehicle with Rivian

The online retail giant’s fleet upgrade is part of an order for 100,000 electric delivery vehicles

Plymouth rolls out £225k investment for EV charging project

The new EV charging infrastructure aims to offer access to nearly 40% of Plymouth households that do not have access to off-street parking

West Midlands Ambulance Service launches ‘UK’s first’ fully electric ambulance

Fitted in the underside of the ambulance floor pan, a 96kW battery pack will provide a top speed of 75mph

‘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