The United Kingdom continues to pour money into electric vehicle support, announcing millions more fund more charging locations.
Britain’s wind turbines fed more than 2.8 million megawatt-hours of electricity to National Grid in December.
Tesla Motors continues its European expansion as it arrives in the United Kingdom, opening its first London storefront and taking orders for the Model S.
By 2014 a new fast charge, multi-standard support electric car charging network will up and running in Great Britain.
The United Kingdom, rapidly emerging as a low carbon transportation leader, puts millions more towards greener buses.
With energy bills soaring in the UK, it appears that renewable and efficiency programs could be under threat.
Renewables provided 15.5 percent of U.K. electrical generation in the second quarter, a whopping 5.8 percentage points higher than in the same quarter in 2012.
The U.K. added a record 802 megawatts of new solar PV in the first half of 2013, according to the solar analytics firm Solarbuzz.
My Electric Avenue is a pilot program in the United Kingdom geared towards measuring the stress use of electric cars in clusters has on local electricity grids.
The United Kingdom, fresh on the heels of a £1 billion public/private partnership for a low carbon vehicle future, announces £37 million to support building out hundreds of EV chargers.
The North East region of the United Kingdom now has itself a sophisticated electric car charging network that’s well used and very convenient for EV owners.