Mercedes-AMG launches first EV

The luxury car maker claims the car is zero-emission and can reach a top speed of 155mph

JustPark and Octopus team up to electrify business fleets

The companies have developed a technology that allows fleet drivers to charge overnight without a private charger

Solar-powered car charger gets green light

Welsh government is supporting the installation of a solar-powered EV charging station to take stress off the grid

Trojan Energy EV tech gets £2.2m charge

Trojan Energy will use the funding to have its charge points installed in more areas, grow its team and improve its technology

Green automotive tech gets £91m boost

Four projects that advance EV and hydrogen-fuelled technology have received the funding to drive down emissions by up to 32m tonnes

Renault partners to cut carbon footprint of EV battery production

It has partnered with Vulcan Energy, which it claims will help it avoid between 300kg and 700kg of carbon emissions for a 50KWh EV battery

‘Government must ensure EV charging is convenient and inexpensive’

The Transport Committee has set out a series of recommendations for the government to follow if it is to deliver on its target of 100% of new vehicle sales being zero emission by 2035

Half of NHS trusts charged up for a low carbon future

New figures have found that 51% of NHS trusts have installed EV charging infrastructure on their sites

EV maker Fisker commits to producing ‘climate-neutral car’ by 2027

It has set an aim to manufacture the vehicle without purchasing offsets

‘An EV revolution is needed and the government must power it’

By Joachim Brandt, Head of Electric and Autonomous Vehicles at Gemserv