Webinar: In Focus – Are EVs really green?

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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

Sustainable nickel supply becoming ‘serious issue’ for EV market

IDTechEx says EV powertrains are putting ‘sudden and unprecedented strain on several raw materials industries’

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

CCC: ‘Scotland can become the first UK nation to deliver a net zero roadmap’

Scotland’s emissions fell by 31% from 2008 to 2018, faster than any other nation of the UK and any G20 nation over the same period, according to a CCC report

In Focus: Are EVs really green?

Why do we need EVs? Will they really create a cleaner planet?

Leading the charge on electric vehicles

EVs are a key part of SSE’s greenprint, a five-point action plan to meet the twin objectives of helping the economy rebound whilst supporting the UK’s transition to net zero

Manchester partnership unveils its first EV chargers

Seven of Engie’s GeniePoint Network chargers – a mix of 22kW and 7kW sockets – have been installed at the Council’s Hooper Street depot in Ardwick