Electric Vehicles

UK Government to support EV drivers with Energy Storage Systems on motorways

National Highways is supporting EV drivers across the England thanks to a multi-million-pound investment into new high-powered charging infrastructure. The government-owned organisation has awarded the £8m Energy Storage Systems – essentially giant battery packs – contract to Ameresco, who will upgrade seven motorway service areas where the grid supply is not enough for high-powered charging

Under the skin: How an EV can cut your energy bills

EV owners sharing their home-generated energy reduces their cost of living, a study finds With the spectre of colossal electricity bills looming over us like some sort of fully charged Grim Reaper, there’s plenty of talk about how the cost benefits of running EVs might be about to suddenly disappear. But quite apart from

How the revolution in electric vehicles is changing mining

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