Lotus Engineering launches project to assess energy storage solutions for EV sector

It plans to deploy three containerised battery testing facilities which will allow it and its clients to carry out a range of performance evaluations and component testing

Businesswise Solutions ‘to get 80% of staff driving EVs by 2025’

Staff will now have free access to EV charging points and be able to take part in a benefits scheme aimed at making it easier to move away from fossil fuel-powered cars

Thames Water swaps diesel vans for vintage bicycles at Walton Advanced Water Treatment Works

The refurbished ‘sit-up-and-beg’ Pashley bikes now allow workers to travel around one of the organisation’s sites in an emissions-free way

Walworth Road bus garage goes electric

UK Power Networks has completed work at the Walworth site for Abellio London to enable new electric buses to charge overnight

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

New digital platform launched to accelerate transition to EVs

Gemserv has launched a new digital platform – Paladin – aimed at helping businesses confidently lead the transition to electric vehicles

What are the barriers to overcome and the opportunities on offer when building an EV charging hub?

Find out in this conversation between Mark Richards from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner and Osprey Charging’s Ian Johnston

Are EVs really as green as you think? Find out by catching up on our ‘In Focus’ Webinar…

Catch up on a fantastic discussion about the pros and cons of battery-powered cars in a world striving to lessen its impact on the environment and work towards net zero by 2050

EVs are not a passing phenomenon – the low carbon cars are here to stay

That’s the confident prediction from Christel Galbrun-Noel, Segment President of Mobility at Schneider Electric, who spoke to future Net Zero’s Jonny Bairstow about what she said was proving a ‘very interesting moment for EVs’

Are EVs Really Green?

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