Both Birmingham and Liverpool airports join Electric Highway

July 14th, 2015 Comments Off on Both Birmingham and Liverpool airports join Electric Highway

Birmingham Airport and Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport have become the first two British airports to join the ElectricGadget Man leaves Lowestoft Ness on 1,200 mile Tesla journey to defy electric car ‘cynics’. Read more ... » HighwayUK: Ecotricity expanding clean-energy, fast-charging network for #ElectricCar Electric Car with Nissan. Read more ... ».
The two airports now offerStatistics are here: Usage of Exeter electric Car Park chargepoints. Read more ... » fastE-Car Club signs up Nissan LEAFs for hire in Milton Keynes. Read more ... » charging#ElectricCar will become common sight, says Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. Read more ... » for electric motorists as part of the networkCross-country EV charging network launched. Read more ... » of charging stationsZeroNet: Best Western Best for Charging in UK. Read more ... » run by utility firm EcotricityPlanning future charging infrastructure & funding? OLEV QnA #ev #evdauk. Read more ... », which now covers almost the entire motorwayGovernment backing will see more electric vehicles on Scotland’s roads. Read more ... » network in Britain.

Dale VinceEcotricity's Dale Vince: "£6 for 30 minutes" ...read MORE. Read more ... », founder of Ecotricity, said: “Installing pumps at airports such as Liverpool and Birmingham is the next phase of our nationalEcotricity EV highway membership is here!. Read more ... » network which enables electric carsCross-country EV charging network launched. Read more ... » to drive the length and breadth of Britain. Now e-drivers can chargeGov Review: ULEVs and the energy sector #electricCar #ElectricVehicle #ev. Read more ... » up at the airport if they’re picking up, dropping off, or on their way in and out of the country.”

Andrew DuttonExcellent news: Airport installs Merseyside's first rapid car charging point. Read more ... », Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s head of environment, said: “Liverpool John Lennon Airport is proud to play a small part in the electric carGadget Man leaves Lowestoft Ness on 1,200 mile Tesla journey to defy electric car ‘cynics’. Read more ... » revolution. The journeyNissan Leaf Electric Car: Cheapest Leases with evmeerkat.com and now Piece of Mind Guarantees from Nissan!. Read more ... » to the airport can be one of the major contributors to CO2 emissionsA2Dominion driving EVs in UK's first ecotown. Read more ... » associated with our businessElectric vans could save London businesses millions a year. Read more ... ».

“By installing this charging pointCouncil aims to turbo-charge electric car use in Oxford. Read more ... » we are now giving those customers with electric or hybridBit of both: BMW X5 XDRIVE40E PLUG-IN HYBRID (2015) 85mpg. Read more ... » cars the opportunity to use#Electriccar #ev(s) are coming this way - whether you like it or not. Read more ... » these vehicles#ElectricCar will become common sight, says Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. Read more ... » on a potential lengthy journey to the airport, relaxed in the knowledge that we have a charging pointMaking a change: MP backs £37 million for electric car plan. Read more ... » for them to use for their return journey home#ElectricCar will become common sight, says Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. Read more ... ». Just as important though, this will also help to reduce CO2 emissionsStatistics are here: Usage of Exeter electric Car Park chargepoints. Read more ... ».”

Jo Lloyd, commercial director at Birmingham Airport, added: “We’re always looking at new and innovative ways of improving the passenger experienceGadget Man leaves Lowestoft Ness on 1,200 mile Tesla journey to defy electric car ‘cynics’. Read more ... » at Birmingham Airport, which is why we have installed these electric chargingElectric car charging locations now in demand. Read more ... » pointsCross-country EV charging network launched. Read more ... ».

“The growing popularity of electric and hybrid cars means it is vital we provide the facilities that will enable our passengers to travelA2Dominion driving EVs in UK's first ecotown. Read more ... » to-and-from the airport as easily as possible. We’re extremely proud to support this greenUK: Chard council takes first step towards electric car charging point. Read more ... » form of energy and the obvious benefits it brings to the environment.”

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