Quentin’s Questions: Robert Llewellyn, Fully Charged Show

Episode 2 of ‘Quentin’s Questions’ sees motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson speak to Robert Llewellyn – owner of the world’s number one clean energy and electric vehicle channel Fully Charged.

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DfT has spent 15 times more on private than public EV chargers, analysis reveals

A FairCharge analysis of Department for Transport (DfT) figures has revealed that public money spent on installing off-street residential Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers is more than just over 15 times what has been spent on public on-street residential chargers.

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Quentin Willson to answer questions about EVs at Fully Charged LIVE

Battery pioneer Britishvolt is inviting attendees of this year’s Fully Charged LIVE event to have any questions about electric vehicles (EVs) answered by motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson.

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North East Battery Alliance Conference to take place

The North East Battery Alliance Conference (NEBA) will be launched with a two-day event on 10th-11th May, 2022. The two-day event will include a comprehensive agenda including seminars, networking, Q&As and the opportunity to hear and discuss current and future research, development and innovation challenges and opportunities in this innovative space.

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Quentin Willson column: Councils key in charging rollout

Motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson highlights the challenges faced by councils when it comes to delivering electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and calls for more government support to help them. Read his latest exclusive column for Transport + Energy below.

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New video series will bust myths relating to EVs

A new video series designed to dispel myths and untruths relating to electric vehicles will be run on the Transport + Energy website. 
The myth buster videos, delivered in conjunction with Britishvolt, are designed to dispell some of the misinformation around EVs. Motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson is also supporting the series. 

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