BMW, Ford, Mercedes and Volkswagen have teamed up to create a Europe-wide network of fast charging stations for electric vehicles. Known as Ionity, the partnership will see the installation of 400...
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Government and industry body Go Ultra Low are estimating that more than 100,000 plug-in cars will be on UK roads by mid-2017. This astounding figure has been fuelled by a record number of electric...
Starting from 2017, any new Tesla will have to pay for access to their Supercharger network and with that comes a variety of issues. Is Tesla self-sabotaging by taking away a big incentive to buy from them?
Tesla has released further information on its plan to bill its customers for using its Supercharger network. The American company has confirmed that Teslas ordered after 15 January 2017 will no lon...
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