from: BBC News Charging points will also be required in new supermarkets and workplaces in England under government plans.
The speeds set by the Rolls Royce aircraft Spirit of Innovation have been sent for verification. from: BBC News
From rally cars to scooters new electric racing competitions are a test bed for new technology. from: BBC News
Rwanda’s Ampersand wants motorbike taxi drivers to switch from petrol to electric. from: BBC News
A pilot scheme in the Netherlands is intended to pave the way for large-scale global expansion. from: BBC News
New investments and incentives are making electric vehicles more viable. But is India ready for the change? from: BBC News
from: BBC News The carmaking giant is investing up to £230m in its Halewood plant, safeguarding 500 jobs.
Laurie Cunningham was the first Briton to sign for Real Madrid, a pioneer at a time when there were few black players in the English game. from: BBC News
Historic cars are being retrofitted with recycled electric motors and batteries. from: BBC News
The 450-mile (725km) cable connects Blyth in Northumberland with the Norwegian village of Kvilldal. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The US carmaker vows to “lead America‘s shift to electric vehicles” with largest ever factory.
Rob and Morgan rode their electric hydrofoil boards non-stop from France to England.
UK roads are already jam-packed and that looks set to get worse as more people snap up EVs.
from: BBC News Politicians are keen for us to live greener lives, but how many have taken the electric car plunge?
The vintage petrol-powered cars are re-engineered by a company based at the home of UK motorsport. from: BBC News
The shift toward electric vehicles in the U.S. got another boost from President Biden. From: New York Times
Consumers should not have to pay excessive prices to use public car charging, MPs say.