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Kinesis is looking to develop further fleet supplier partnerships for its cloud-based vehicle tracking service under a new reseller programme covering the UK and overseas.
Global charging station manufacturer EVBox and smart energy management pioneer Smappee are rolling out smart charging products globally under a new multi-year agreement.
Daniel Bentham has joined on-street charging specialist Ubitricity UK as managing director.
Interest in mobility solutions is increasing but few businesses would be willing to give up their company cars and use a mobility solution instead.
Driver appeal for electric vehicles has become as important a reason for switching out of petrol and diesel models as financial and environmental savings, according to new research by Delta Energy and Environment.
PSA has said that it will only build the next generation of the Vauxhall/Opel Astra at Ellesmere Port if the terms of the Brexit deal prove suitable.
Volkswagen’s newly launched WeShare car sharing service in Berlin will be able to additionally charge its cars at Lidl and Kaufland supermarket chains, following a strategic partnership.
For an undisclosed sum, Alliance Ventures – the strategic venture capital arm of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi – has invested in a platform that integrates vehicle batteries into power grids.
Ford has announced that around 12,000 jobs are to go in Europe in line with restructuring plans intended to bring the carmaker back into profit.
Vauxhall/Opel has unveiled the petrol and diesel variants of its new Corsa, just weeks after the electric model was revealed.
Geotab is making the latest version of its GO9 telematics device available in Europe for the first time to complement its existing range of tracking solutions for fleets.
Audi has dropped the diesel plug-in hybrid from the updated Q7 line-up, readying a petrol alternative said to be more in tune with global tastes, alongside a range of RDE2- compliant ‘mild hybrid’ versions.
BMW says it’s accelerating its electric car plans after meeting its own target two year ahead of schedule.
European new car registrations remained stable for the second month running in May, with SUVs offsetting the drops posted by the traditional segments.
The BerlKönig ride-sharing service in Berlin has won the UITP title in the Public and Urban Transit Strategy Service category at the World Association of Public Transport Companies.
Ireland has set out proposals to ban the sale of new diesel cars and vans by 2030; exceeding the current UK target.
Sixt is extending its MaaS app to cover micromobility by offering customers access to e-scooters.
Mandatory for all newly registered vehicles with the second stage of the WLTP type test, Volkswagen has set about trying to explain the complicated emission standard of Euro 6d TEMP EVAP ISC.
Renault, Nissan and Waymo are to work together to explore market opportunities for driverless mobility services.
CarNext.com has launched a new app for short-term used car leasing.
Peugeot has revealed its new 2008, which will debut the e-2008 variant – following hot on the heels of the e-208 and marking its first-ever electric SUV.
Companies and businesses across Europe are facing unprecedented levels of change when it comes to fleet policies due to four key issues.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is to launch a range of charging solutions to support its forthcoming plug-in models under a new deal with Engie Group.
Renault has made significant improvements to its popular Zoe electric car, with increased range and power options, as well as a restyled look and new DC charging option.
Renault has announced more details of its heavily revised Master and Trafic, which launch this September and spearhead the brand’s ambitious LCV plans.
French utility giant Engie has acquired ChargePoint Services for an undisclosed amount as it looks to expand in the EV charging sector.
Governments and cities are being warned not to focus solely on the eco benefits of electric vehicles as latest research finds hybrids could provide the most effective means of reducing CO2 in the immediate …
Israeli tech company StoreDot has verified claims that its ultra-fast charging lithium-ion battery can recharge in five minutes through an inaugural demonstration.
EV fast charging network Fastned has opened its 100th and 101st fast charging stations in line with its aims for a European network of a thousand fast charging stations.