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Government boost to electric vehicles

Written by | Posted on 23.09.2016

How the Government is boosting electric vehicle take up.

Latest research into electric vehicles revealed

Written by | Posted on 08.07.2016

Despite motorists’ confusion on the technological advances of electric cars, the UK has experienced a record first quarter in 2016 for electric car registrations, with 10,496 ‘green’ cars sold.

Mayor Khan’s plans for diesel

Written by | Posted on 06.07.2016

LeasePlan Consultancy Services’ Diesel Briefing - a guide to what’s being said and done about diesel vehicles.

West Lothian Council fleet boosted with EV’s

Written by | Posted on 20.06.2016

West Lothian Council boosts its fleet with pure electric vehicles Nissan Leaf and eNV-200

Government extends commitment to ULEV

Written by | Posted on 26.08.2015

Government extends commitment to ULEV with plug in car grant confirmation.

Can Boris lead the way on ULEVs?

Written by | Posted on 11.08.2015

Boris's big, new scheme is to promote Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) in the capital through the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).

Diesel continues to do nicely [ Guest Blog]

Written by | Posted on 11.09.2014

The Great Diesel Debate [ part 3 ] The case for diesel

Can hate be good? [Guest blog]

Written by | Posted on 10.09.2014

The Great Diesel Debate [ part 2 ] The case against diesel

As Boris gets grilled, we fire up The Great Diesel Debate

Written by | Posted on 10.09.2014

We’ve invited two guest writers to make the case for and against diesel vehicles. Today, Mark Simpson makes the case against tomorrow, Nick Gibbs for them.

Will diesel charges make petrol more affordable?

Written by | Posted on 13.08.2014

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced that a supplement of £10 on top of the congestion charge is to be introduced on almost all diesel vehicles entering the capital from 2020.