As is tradition, Zero Carbon Futures takes a look ahead at 2018. Who will be the movers and shakers of the year ahead? We’ve got our thoughts on the ones to watch.
A paper co-authored by Dr Colin Herron, Zero Carbon Futures and Dr Shirley Coleman, Newcastle University addresses the issue of how many chargers are required to break down barriers to EV driving.
As the year comes to a close, we give you the Zero Carbon Futures round-up of the EV industry in 2017.
Lamp posts, with their existing power supplies, could provide a massive opportunity for EV charging – especially in residential areas where access to off-street parking is an issue. However, does the business case really stack up?
Electric vehicle drivers can now drive from the UK through France and into Belgium or as far as Italy as part of a European Union project to extend the charging network. The project is being managed by Zero Carbon Futures in the UK.
Last week’s announcement sparked a lot of discussion about the merits of electric cars with a number of cons being put forward. Here’s my look at the 7 most frequent arguments against electric cars and my response to each.
Britain’s ban on all new petrol and diesel cars from 2040 is a really positive step but can manufacturers meet the production volumes required to enable this to happen?
Companies and countries are moving towards electric vehicles and the North East has a number of businesses that will benefit, Peter McCusker, The Journal, reports.
The first air pollution litigation case has hit the European news this week. It was only a matter of time before such a public case was brought forward and it’s a real warning for both the UK Government and local authorities.
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.