Ford to Focus Its Electric Car Efforts in China

As one of the largest and most iconic car manufacturers, Ford has been lagging behind the competition when it comes to the electric vehicle market. The manufacturer has not released a new electric or hybrid model since 2013. However that looks set to change soon as...

How Green Are Electric Cars?

The Guardian recently published an article looking into just how green electric cars really are. Although it's common knowledge that electric cars themselves are much better for the environment since they produce zero tailpipe emissions, how the electricity they run...

Europe Leading The Way in Fast-Charging Technology

One of the major things that can put people off making the switch to electric is the perceived lack of charge points and the long charging times. However this concern looks set to be a thing of the past as major European countries invest in fast-charging points....

Sunderland Nissan Plant Begins Manufacturing New Leaf

Nissan's Sunderland plant has started production on the new generation of the Leaf, the company's extremely popular electric vehicle. The Sunderland plant will manufacturer all of Nissan's best-selling electric models which are sold to European customers. Nissan's...

New London Taxi Emission Rules Now in Force

New emissions regulations came into force on the 1st January, which means all newly registered London taxis, including private hire vehicles, must now adhere to strict guidelines. From now on, all newly registered taxis must be zero-emission capable as well as having...

Electric Black Cab Certified for Use

After undergoing rigorous trials, the LEVC TX electric taxi has finally been cleared for use. New regulations from Transport of London are to be enforced soon, which mean that newly-registered taxis in the city will need to have the ability to do at least 30 miles...