The organisation behind the nation’s smart metering network has set out how its platform could be used to support the move to net zero.
SWARCO, one of the UK’s leading providers of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, has selected Scotland’s Trees for Life as a new corporate charity, strengthening the company’s commitment to cleaner air and recognising its progressive work in making Scotland a greener environment.
A north-east subsea engineer is quitting the oil and gas industry to focus on a fledgling business aiming to roll out innovative electric vehicle (EV) charging points across the UK.
Electric vehicles generally don’t coast; they are designed either to accelerate or brake at any given time. The electric vehicle market is much the same.
My recent Energy Voice article comparing Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) with Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) generated some interest. To my mind the BEV has clear benefits from an energy efficiency standpoint, as an FCEV requires twice the energy of a BEV.
By decarbonising industrial and domestic heating, I am convinced that hydrogen has a significant role towards achieving net zero. However, the role of hydrogen in the passenger car sector is much less clear. I find it difficult to see how a hydrogen powered fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) can compete with a battery electric vehicle (BEV). That conclusion was reinforced by two recent reports from BloombergNEF and Volkswagen.
The electric vehicle revolution that by most accounts was ramping up in 2020 faces one of the biggest threats since EVs started to go mainstream in the last decade.
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.
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 is streets ahead of many parts of the UK for charging an electric car, figures show.
Sales of certain diesel models are in free-fall as Norwegians turn to Tesla and other makers of premium electric vehicles (EV), Rystad Energy finds.
Energy giant BP has taken another step forward in its quest to secure a major chunk of the global electric vehicle (EV) charging market.
Lithium miners are bulking up for a booming future when electric cars go mainstream. But speed bumps loom, with prices tumbling on a burst of new production and demand growth slowing in China.
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.
His vision to make China an electric-vehicle powerhouse revolutionized the global auto industry, cementing a move away from the combustion engine. Now, Wan Gang says get ready for the next game-changing moment.
Additional funding has been granted to help provide an alternative to car ownership by expanding access to electric vehicles.
Flying cars similar to those depicted in The Jetsons cartoon could be the future for longer journeys, a study has found.
Aberdeen University has responded after an electric vehicle project it worked on was mocked by presenters on The Grand Tour.
Even in the biggest electric vehicle markets, a driver venturing too far from home can have a hard time finding a place to recharge.
A "smart" system for charging electric vehicles on the street has been launched to boost the take-up of clean cars.
The first of more than 1,000 new charging points on the A9 is now open for business.
The Orkney Islands are leading the way in electric car purchases, with more green vehicles per head than anywhere in the north and north east, according to official figures.
Motorists in the north-east are embracing the electric car revolution with a significant increase in the use of charging points.
A two-tier economy is emerging as Britain goes through an "energy revolution" by advances in electric vehicles and smart appliances, according to a new study.
A £6 billion investment is needed to make the UK an electric vehicle nation, according to an energy market analyst.