Researchers are using 5G communications technology to create a simulator system aimed at inspiring businesses and residents to get involved in the development of new energy systems in Orkney.
Electric vehicles should be made tax-free to boost sales, the automotive industry has urged as demand for new cars fell by 2.9% last month.
Energy giant SSE has begun its shift from diesel and petrol to electric vans with the launch of a new fleet of low carbon vehicles.
Accelerating the ban on carbon-emitting cars demonstrates the UK’s commitment to tackling climate change – now the hard work creating a national charging network begins, says Maria Connolly, partner and head of clean energy at UK law firm TLT.
Scotland roads could see an increase of more than 400,000 electric vehicles by 2032, according to Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN).
Dundee celebrated the city's growing shift to electric vehicles (EVs) this week with a V&A Museum event which brought together advocates of the technology.
The name Robert Davidson might not mean much, but back in the 1830s the Aberdonian inventor proved himself to be somewhat ahead of his time.
The use of electric vehicle (EV) charge points in Scotland has increased by 43% in the last year, claims data provided by the RAC Foundation.
A 2040 ban on conventional petrol and diesel cars and vans would push up UK electricity demand by less than 10% by mid-century, analysis shows.
Michael Davis has always been ahead of the curve in highlighting the benefits of green energy.
Physical stocks of cobalt are being bought up after a surge of interest in the future of electrical cars, according to market reports.
Falling costs of electric vehicles and solar panels could halt worldwide growth in demand for oil and coal by 2020, a report suggests.
Ministers should consider banning petrol and diesel vehicles from some parts of Scotland as part of efforts make the country more environmentally friendly by 2030.
International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol said he doesn’t buy the argument that electric cars will cause oil demand to peak.
The number of motorists claiming a Government subsidy for new electric cars has plummeted to the lowest level in two years after the amount of money available was cut, figures show.
The electric vehicle revolution could turn out to be more dramatic than governments and oil companies have yet realised.
EVERY time a car brakes, energy is generated.
A NEW type of air-fuelled battery could give up to 10 times the energy storage of designs currently available.