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Police make big savings from electric vehicle switch

Gloucestershire police have generated six figure annual savings, by switching part of their fleet to electric vehicles.  As of 2020, the regional police force has switched 21% of its fleet to electric, representing 74 vehicles. And the result is a ...

Vauxhall launches long range van

Vauxhall will start supplying an all-electric version of its Vivaro van, later this year. And the vehicle promises to appeal to plenty of users, being able to travel over 180 miles on a charge, with the capability to tow a ...

Plumber whose work van is a Tesla

One of the challenges right now, is that there are precious few vans or light commercial vehicles available on the market, for companies who want to go green. And that lack of choice has led one enterprising plumber to consider ...
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UK electric vehicle charging infrastructure grows

One of the issues frequently cited as a restriction on the growth of electric car use, is charging on the road during longer trips. Yet there is plenty of evidence that this worry is rapidly becoming something of a non-issue. ...
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Aviva car park becomes solar farm

Insurance company Aviva has covered 250 car parking spaces at its Horizon building in Norwich, with solar PV canopies. The installation will generate more than 542,000 kWh per year, or close to a third of the site’s annual power consumption. ...
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Hotel opts for battery back-up

A Premier Inn on the edge of Edinburgh is claiming to be the first hotel in the UK to run with battery back-up. If all goes according to plan, the move should save the property £20,000 in energy costs, every ...
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Electric cars – there’s no going back

Once drivers have swapped to an electric, or plug-in hybrid car, they are committed to the change. A survey undertaken by Fully Charged has revealed that nine out of ten EV drivers would never go back to a petrol or ...