£43 Million Funding: up to 2020 announced as popularity grows for plug-in vehicles.

February 26th, 2015 Comments Off on £43 Million Funding: up to 2020 announced as popularity grows for plug-in vehicles.

A wave of chargepoints to support the fastABB inks CLEVER Danish electric car charging deal. Read more ... »-growing popularity of plug-inGov Review: ULEVs and the energy sector #electricCar #ElectricVehicle #ev. Read more ... » vehiclesWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... » will be installed across the UKElectric Highway links London to Leeds. Electric Car Drivers can celebrate.. Read more ... » after the governmentUSA: Wireless electric car charging system revealed. Read more ... » set out £32Electric vehicle charging points will be 'within 25 miles' by 2014. Read more ... » million of infrastructureWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... » support up to 2020.

Homes, hospitals, train stationsElectric car charging locations now in demand. Read more ... » and A-roads will be some of the locations for further chargepoints to maintain Britain’s positionUK: Rockingham installs EV charging points. Read more ... » as a global leader in this cutting-edge technologySales of electric cars rise by 120% in a year. Read more ... ».

The support compliments the fast-growing popularity of ultra low emission vehiclesA2Dominion driving EVs in UK's first ecotown. Read more ... » (ULEVs) with grantNice one: 15 year leases granted for electric charging points. Read more ... » claims rising 4EV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » fold in 2014 comparedSales of electric cars rise by 120% in a year. Read more ... » to the previous year as take-up of plug-in car grants continues to rise.

In addition, another £11The UK went crazy for electric vehicles and hybrids in 2015. Read more ... » million of fundingFirst electric vehicle charging point for Bute. Read more ... » has been announced to boost the UK’s position as a worldTesla Sights: Apple 'exploring move into electric cars'. Read more ... » leader in low emission vehicleWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... » technology innovation. The funding will be provided to 50 organisations, ranging from small businesses to major universities, working together on 15UK: Half of Plug-in Car Grants unclaimed. Read more ... » researchBattery-breakthrough after another: Nissan poised to take range off the table. Read more ... » and developmentwoop: Dyson to build electric cars. Read more ... » projects, which include:

Transport Minister Baroness KramerEV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » announced the funding during a visit to NissanElectric Highway links London to Leeds. Electric Car Drivers can celebrate.. Read more ... »’s EuropeanEU: Parliament backs law to cut car CO2 emissions. Read more ... » technical development centreWell Done: Birmingham switched on to potential of electric cars. Read more ... » in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, todayAbout Time: Next Nissan Juke may come with range extender technology. Read more ... » (26#ev electric motors : Yasa Motors Secures 5 Million Pounds In Funding. Read more ... » February 2015).

Earlier, the minister visited Gordon Murray Design Ltd in Guildford, one of the recipients of the new research funding, before touring McLarenFormula E aims to spark interest in electric cars. Read more ... »’s technology and production centres at Woking.

Transport MinisterGovernment backing will see more electric vehicles on Scotland’s roads. Read more ... » Baroness KramerYou're wrong Baroness Kramer. Electric Car is actually intended for ALL trips: both short and Long! #BBCRadio4. Read more ... » said:

The funding announced today marks another milestone in the government’s support for ultra low emission vehiclesMore rapid chargers coming to Northumberland. Read more ... » as their popularity takes off.

The public will find it even easier to chargeFirst electric vehicle charging point for Bute. Read more ... » their carsWell Done: Birmingham switched on to potential of electric cars. Read more ... » when they are out and about thanks to our £8Electric cars will become as ubiquitous as the internet, says transport minister. Read more ... » million commitment to support new chargepoints across key locations in our towns and citiesElectric cars are greener and could help us cut not only carbon emissions but levels of nitrogen dioxide emissions which are contributing to reduced life expectancy in our towns and cities.. Read more ... ». And we have today announced another £15 million to continue to back the rollout of convenient homeElectric Highway links London to Leeds. Electric Car Drivers can celebrate.. Read more ... » chargepoints across the country.

Our support to the ULEVConsultation Update : Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London. Read more ... » industry will help ensure the innovation that is a hallmark of the British automotive industryEV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » will continue to drive development in this vital growth sector.

The niche vehicle sector, which makes everything from premium sportsPorsche starts development of electric sports car and Tesla rival Mission E. Read more ... » cars to double decker buses, is a key strength for UK industry and another £500,000 funding will be provided this year to support the development of carbon-saving cutting edge technologiesFormula E aims to spark interest in electric cars. Read more ... ».

The £32 million infrastructure commitment will include:

The government and industry are also working closely on the Go Ultra LowThames Valley to join UK electric car vision. Read more ... » campaign to increase consumerTesla Sights: Apple 'exploring move into electric cars'. Read more ... » and fleetMore rapid chargers coming to Northumberland. Read more ... » uptake. Seven major vehicle manufacturersWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... » and the government are backing Go Ultra Low to highlight the increasing variety and benefits of ULEVs.

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