InstaVolt and Everrati have united to provide rapid public charging to some of the world’s most iconic and classic cars.
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Drivers will be able to boost their Electric Vehicle in minutes, thanks to a new high-power charging service at Cobham Services.
Amazon’s launches first custom-designed and built electric delivery vehicle in partnership with Rivian
Just a year since announcing The Climate Pledge, Amazon has revealed its first custom electric delivery vehicle, designed and built in partnership with Rivian.
Electrical safety expert Bureau Veritas has unveiled a new testing and inspection service for electric vehicle (EV) charging points as latest figures show almost 10,000 new connections have been installed across the UK in the past year alone.
Today, Amazon announced it is adding more than 1,800 electric vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Vans to its delivery fleet in Europe this year. Amazon and Mercedes-Benz share a commitment to reduce emissions from the transportation sector, and Mercedes-Benz also announced today
One of the UK’s largest rapid charging hubs at Banbury just off the M40, has opened three weeks ahead of schedule providing much needed electric vehicle charging infrastructure on the country’s strategic road network.
A 13-year-old girl on a worldwide campaign to thank to thank electric vehicle (EV) drivers for helping to protect all children’s health has been given a helping hand by InstaVolt, the UK’s favourite rapid charging provider.
DPD has smashed its own 2020 target for 10% of its van fleet to be zero emission, electric vehicles, five months ahead of schedule.
The UK's favourite parcel delivery company DPD has confirmed it will take delivery of 300 new electric Nissan e-NV200 vans by May 2020, in what is believed to be the largest single UK commercial EV van order to date.
Dwain McDonald, CEO of the UK's No.1 domestic parcels carrier DPD, is calling on vehicle manufacturers, energy providers, national and local Government to start working together now to reduce emissions and congestion for the benefit of current and future generations.
NEVS, a leading Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer, takes another step towards autonomous drive, by using Phantom Auto’s teleoperation safety technology to ensure safe deployment of electric autonomous vehicles.