Car dealerships that give good advice on electric vehicles will receive government approval under a plan to drive up sales and reduce air pollution. The electric vehicle dealer accreditation scheme, launched today, is aimed at increasing confidence among buyers by cracking down on poor guidance and sharp practice among salespeople. The Department for Transport said the scheme, under which dealerships that pass independent audits can advertise as “electric vehicle approved”, would help to deliver the government’s commitment to end the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans by 2040.
Times 15th May 2019 read more »
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charging could reduce drivers’ electricity bills by more than £500 per year, a new study has found, but only if they keep their vehicle plugged in for most of the day.
Utility Week 14th May 2019 read more »