New project launches to ensure more electric machines doesn’t mean more landfill

The project aims to stop the ‘electric revolution’ for technologies such as EVs resulting in more landfill in the future

Volvo Cars pledges to go fully electric by 2030

All car models with internal combustion engines, including hybrids, will be phased out and all EVs will only be sold online with pre-set prices

Fleet electrification ‘vital to drive wider adoption of EVs’

A new study from EY and Eurelectric claims fleet electrification is essential to Europe’s environmental goals

Old EV batteries secure energy storage second life

The Australian Government has backed innovative battery technology with AUD$1.4 million

Centrica commits to net zero by 2045

The announcement follows the company making the largest electric vehicle order in the UK to date last week

Podcast: The importance of building strong EV charging infrastructure and how the Public Sector is key

Adam Chilab, EV Product and Propositions Manager at British Gas Business, spoke to future Net Zero about the vital role EVs and associated infrastructure play in the public sector

British Gas makes largest UK commercial EV order with Vauxhall and commits to accelerating the electrification of its fleet

British Gas has the third-largest commercial fleet in the country and is committed to making combustion engines a last resort option, ahead of plans to fully electrify by 2025

Ford commits to 100% EVs in Europe by 2030, investing $22bn in the process

The announcement is supported by the carmaker’s $1bn investment into the ‘Ford Cologne Electrification Centre’

Corporate action on electric vehicles doubles in 2020

New report finds that corporate companies had 169,000 EVs on the roads last year, double the amount in 2019

Guiding light needed for EV scale-up journey

Joachim Brandt, Head of Electric and Autonomous Vehicles at Gemserv, believes Ofgem can lead the way in developing a coherent strategy and strengthened governance regime