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New funding creates hundred of new electric car charging points

New funding creates hundred of new electric car charging points

Streets, stations and hospitals right across the UK will soon be seeing a whole wave of new charge points for electric cars thanks to funding from the government.

It was announced back in February that the government would be providing a further £37 million in order to offset the costs of installing a full

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Exploring Scotland in an electric car

If electric cars are going to figure largely in the UK’s transport future, this might be a good time for a scenic holiday in Scotland, as that will be an excellent way to get acquainted with one of the most progressive models, the Renault Twizy. First launched in 2009, the open-sided electric mini-car could be described as ‘space-age cute’ and from all reports, it’s a

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Transport Minister to make Oxford the lead city for promoting electric vehicles

Transport Minister Norman Baker has revealed that he plans to make Oxford the lead city for promoting electric cars. There will be more charge points in the city, per head of population, than anywhere else in Europe. One of the world’s leading e-car charge point developers, Chargemaster, has started fitting charge points in and around Oxford already.

They have installed forty of the POLAR charge

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New project assesses viability of hydrogen fuel cells for cars

A new project has been set up that will assess the viability of plans that intend to commercially roll out electric vehicles in the UK with hydrogen fuel cells. This has been hailed as a ground breaking development in the electric vehicle market, and UKH2Mobility will be evaluating the potential of hydrogen as a primary fuel for Ultra Low Carbon Vehicles. It could then develop

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Government grants for electric vehicles expected to increase

The government are expected to increase the number of grants being offered for electric vehicles by expanding the grants to the commercial sector. It is expected that this is going to encourage an increased number of the vehicles being operated by businesses.

A recent report published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has suggested that those who decide to purchase an electric vehicle will be

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The Chevrolet Volt coming to Britain

There has been a lot of consumer interest in the Chevrolet Volt, and for good reason, because it is one of the first electric cars that offer a stunning life span after just one charge. The standard perception of an electric car is that it is good for running around town and doing short errands before the battery dies, and the car either needs recharging

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Electric car friendly city’s on the way

The government has a big plan to bring more electric cars to the streets of the UK, and it intends to make several UK cities locations that are very friendly for electrics cars. Recent information has said that those who buy a car that is electric, or hybrid, may get a contribution to it from the government of up to £5,000. It is the government’s

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Electric cars set to take over UK roads

As thousands of electric vehicles with zero-emissions hit the road over the next few years, a new revolution will take place in motoring if predictions are right. The electric cars should play and important role in emissions reduction by cutting the dependence on petrol.

The humble car park space will soon take on a huge transformation gone will be the days of just a bare

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