Bentley commits to selling only BEVs and becoming carbon-neutral by 2030

The British manufacturer of luxury vehicles plans to offer plug-in hybrid and electric models only within its range by 2026

UK micromobility manufacturer unveils lightweight electric taxi design

The electric taxi is claimed to be 90% lighter than any hybrid or electric car

‘By 2023 we will deliver batteries that hold a single charge for nine years’

That’s the suggestion of Nima Goldsarifi, Chief Executive Officer of NDB who spoke to FNZ about the technology behind a nano-diamond battery made of radioactive nuclear waste

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

Police Scotland invests £21m in EV charging infrastructure

bp Chargemaster was awarded the contract that will see more than 1,000 EV charging points to be installed at 265 locations

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

American Electric Power to electrify 100% of its fleet vehicles by 2030

The US utility has vowed to replace all of its 2,300 vehicles and light-duty trucks with EV alternatives

VW Golf charging in a Tesco car park
Tesco joins consortium calling for 100% zero emission car and van sales from 2030

Dixons Carphone, E.ON, Heathrow, Lime and SSE are also members of the group that urges government to boost EV charging infrastructure