Transport + Energy has unveiled the first tranche of speakers booked to appear at its Forum event on 17th November 2022 – with representatives from National Grid, Energy Networks Association, National Highways, The Electric Vehicle Network and XPO Logistics amongst many set to deliver updates.Read more
James Court, Chief Executive Officer of EVA England, recently took part in the London to Brighton Electric Vehicle Rally – an event that showcased the development of electric vehicles and renewable energy. Here, he shares his views on the steps needed to help drive EV policy forward.Read more
From today (15th June 2022) all new homes and buildings such as supermarkets or workplaces built in England, will be required to have electric vehicle (EV) charging points installed.Read more
Warren Philips is to take over the chairman position from Bridget Phelps. Warren is a founding Director of EVA England and has been the EV Network and Community Lead. He is also a founding member of EV Groups Nexus – the online network of UK EV drivers clubs, and currently co-runs the Sussex EV group.Read more
A report published by the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce shows that the UK can deliver the tenfold increase in charge points needed to hit Net Zero but identifies five key ‘enabling conditions’ that must be met.
The Taskforce has calculated that the UK needs between 253,000 and 661,000 extra chargepoints by 2035 (with a central estimate of 490,000).
James Court has been appointed Chief Executive of Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England.Read more
Warren Philips, the founder of the Electric Vehicle Association England (EVA England), has joined Transport + Energy’s editorial advisory board.Read more
EVA England welcomes the COP26 declaration on zero emission cars and vans which has been launched today on Transport Day at COP26 (10 November 2021).Read more
Transport + Energy has launched an editorial advisory board which is made up of key figures from both sectors.Read more
Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England has made a number of recommendations to Government relating to charging infrastructure following a survey which invited EV drivers to share views about their experiences with public chargepoints.Read more