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Earth Day: A History of Vehicle Sustainability

Reducing the amount of plastic we use, spending less time in the shower, swapping fast fashion with second-hand; these are but some of the things we’re advised on to combat concerns surrounding the future of the planet. Due to the Earth’s negative reaction to rising levels of carbon dioxide, methane, and other greenhouse gases, it… Continue reading Earth Day: A History of Vehicle Sustainability

Flash-Back to the Future! New DeLorean Teaser Sparks EV Intrigue

The year is 2022, 7 years after 2015 when Back to the Future 2 was set, and we’re still waiting for the popularisation of hover vehicles… *sigh*… but for now, we can get excited about the unveiling of a teasing new trailer from DeLorean as the brand’s regeneration means a potentially new take on the… Continue reading Flash-Back to the Future! New DeLorean Teaser Sparks EV Intrigue

Pilot Scheme Could Recharge EV Owners’ Pockets

A radical new scheme, introduced by the National Grid in partnership with Octopus Energy, is being piloted on an initial 135 households across England and Wales. As the announcement by Ofgem in early February sees energy prices rise by 56% from last year due to the global energy crisis, the idea behind the scheme seeks… Continue reading Pilot Scheme Could Recharge EV Owners’ Pockets

Big 5 EV makers VS Big 5 Automakers – Comparing the most expensive and cheapest models on the market

As the world’s auto-market begins to see major change on an industrial scale, not seen since the revolutionised automotive assembly production line by Henry Ford in 1913, the electrifying excitement surrounding the growth of the up-and-coming Electric Vehicle (EV) market means that buyers have a multitude of motors to choose from. As of 2020, more… Continue reading Big 5 EV makers VS Big 5 Automakers – Comparing the most expensive and cheapest models on the market

“Watt” Next – Could Surging Energy Bills Short Circuit U.K. EV Plan?

With both society and the economy struggling for some form of normality post-pandemic, the gloom looks set to continue as a fresh blow dealt by the U.K.’s regulatory body, as The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem), announced that energy prices will continue to rise. This disclosure is in relation to the energy price… Continue reading “Watt” Next – Could Surging Energy Bills Short Circuit U.K. EV Plan?