OLEV’s new scheme to fund residential on-street charge points is a welcome step in helping those without access to parking to purchase an electric car but careful consideration is required from local authorities.
We have seen the industry change substantially over the last five years but where will it go from here? We’ve asked the team to give us their collective Top 5 electric vehicle sector predictions for the next five years.
To celebrate five years of Zero Carbon Futures, we look back at some of the company highlights and achievements since 2011.
With the launch of the latest Go Ultra Low campaign #ElectrifyYourDrive, we look back at some electric vehicle advertising that make compelling cases to switch to electric.
The policy of allowing electric vehicles into bus lanes is a real incentive to electric vehicle drivers but is it as clear cut as all that and will it really encourage more people to switch to electric?
Zero Carbon Futures is part of a consortium who will work together on key areas of battery development following Nissan’s announcement to produce the next generation of EV batteries in Sunderland.
As well as installing rapid charge points, the RCN project is tasked with analysing driver behaviour. Data loggers in willing driver’s cars is helping to do just that and one of our team hit the road to help with their installation.