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.
Clean air zones, continued fines, changing public opinion and more local authorities taking action. Just some of the things needed to create the perfect ecosystem for mass adoption of electric vehicles. Will 2017 be the year it all comes together?
Zero Carbon Futures is delighted to announce our appointment as project manager to Milton Keynes Council to support the delivery of their Go Ultra Low City programme.
Autonomous vehicles are the latest disruptive technology to get the media all fired up. But there’s a huge difference between autonomous and driverless as our MD, Dr Colin Herron, points out.
Zero Carbon Futures has installed almost 300 rapid charge points up and down the UK. Our project manager, Josey, highlights the Top 5 things she’s learnt from the experience.
Charging rage – it’s becoming a thing! So we asked project manager and EV driver, Lois, to put down her thoughts on the Top 5 recommendations for electric vehicle charging etiquette.
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.
When Zero Carbon Futures was established in 2011, the electric vehicle industry was a very different place. To celebrate our 5th birthday, take a look at some of the unknowns that faced us back then.
With the EU referendum approaching, we ask ourselves what difference the European Union has made on the electric vehicle automotive industry.