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The standardisation of electric vehicle (EV) charging has taken a step closer to reality as ACEA – the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association – announces proposals to encourage the use of one type of plug that could be used regardless of car make, electricity provider or country.
Car manufacturing rose 10.7% in August and is up 4.4% over the first eight months of 2011.
The Energy Saving Trust has launched a new video guide that aims to take a no-holds-barred look at the realities of electric vehicles (EVs). The Trust is also piloting a ‘Smarter Driving’ programme to help EV drivers maximise the range of their cars.
Another automotive milestone has been celebrated in the UK, as Leyland Trucks recently marked the production of the 100,000th DAF LF truck at its Lancashire plant.
Nissan has teamed up with leading European utility and electrical vehicle supply equipment companies to speed development of cheaper, smaller…
The UK’s first open access hydrogen vehicle refuelling station has been officially opened at Honda’s manufacturing facility in Swindon.
UK automotive company, CPP Global Holdings, has announced it plans to engineer, develop and manufacture the all-new Jensen in the West Midlands, with deliveries to customers beginning in 2014…
JLR has confirmed it will invest £355 million investment in a new facility to manufacture all-new, advanced technology, low-emission engines in the UK…
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