15 February 2019 | Volkswagen
The first of the Volkswagen I.D range is nearly here and is said to be the world’s first carbon neutral produced vehicle. This means these electric cars are to be clean and green all the way through their life. Renewable energy will be used to power the VW plant where the vehicles are produced, the battery production will be as sustainable as possible and as the production cannot be 100% emissions carbon-neutral VW claims they will balance this out with certified climate projects.
22 February 2019 | Fleet News
The Mayor of London has introduced a new van scrappage scheme for micro businesses and charities operating in the London congestion charge zone. Funding up to £6,000 is available to help businesses make the switch to electric vans by scraping their existing vehicles if it does not meet the new emissions standards. To qualify, businesses must be registered in London or have entered the current congestion charge zone at least 52 times in the past 6 months. There are also incentives available for small businesses hoping to lease an electric van, contact us to find out more.
25 February 2019 | DriveElectric Blog
We’ve just reached a significant milestone. We’ve triple checked the numbers and it’s official; DriveElectric have successfully delivered 700 Nissan Leaf! We’re celebrating our Leaf landmark by offering FREE home charging units for all Nissan LEAF orders placed in March 2019 (Terms & Conditions Apply), and £1,000 cashback is also available for a limited times only (Terms and Conditions also apply).
01 February 2019 | Electric Nation
Electric Nation publish the results of the worlds largest smart charging project. The project ran over 18 months and involved over 600 participants. Throughout the trial there was more than 140,000 electric vehicle charging transactions.
27 February 2019 | Honda
The Honda E ‘Prototype’ is set to make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2019. This new electric vehicle set to go into production later this year, ans evolved from their 2017 Urban EV Concept. The E Prototype was designed to meet the needs of the modern urban environment.