Nick Clegg: Making Britain number one for ultra low emission vehicles

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Deputy Prime MinisterPark for free and use the bus lane - if you drive an electric car. Read more ... » calls on industry to help UKMore Scots are plugging in electric cars. Read more ... » accelerate demand.

The Deputy Prime Minister Nick CleggFirst electric-only car hire service launches in London. Read more ... » has todayNTU ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes. Read more ... » (7Not just You and I: Green vehicle demand revs up as UK electric car sales quadruple. Read more ... » November 2013) called for innovative ideas from key players in the automotive industryEV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » to help the UK stay ahead of global competition and secure our positionUK: Rockingham installs EV charging points. Read more ... » as global leader in ultra low emission vehiclesWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... ».

The call comes following the governmentTesla promises electric car revolution. Read more ... »’s announcement of a £500 million investment to drive a low carbon revolution.

The investment, which the government announced in June, will be usedWhat would happen if everyone in a street charged an Electric Car at the same time?. Read more ... » to support the growing marketWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... » between 2015 and 2020 and is one of the most substantial packages of support for ultra low emissionsSuper fast electric car chargers to come to Cirencester and Moreton-in-Marsh in Cotswolds. Read more ... » vehicles in the worldElectric Cars Cut Greenhouse Gases Even More Than Expected, NASA Says. Read more ... ». It will be used to support electricCharge your EV overnight!: Charge electric cars smartly to take pressure off national grid – minister. Read more ... » carsElectric Cars Cut Greenhouse Gases Even More Than Expected, NASA Says. Read more ... » and other vehicles that produce almost no carbon, creating jobs and boosting economic growth, as well as tackling climate changeCouncil aims to turbo-charge electric car use in Oxford. Read more ... » and airElectric Cars Cut Greenhouse Gases Even More Than Expected, NASA Says. Read more ... » quality issues.

At an event hosted by the GreenGreen light for electric car charging point in Basingstoke. Read more ... » Alliance, the Deputy Prime MinisterExample: David Cameron and his Government could soon travel in electric cars as Downing Street is fitted with charging points. Read more ... », Nick CleggWhy electric cars better catch on. Read more ... », said:

The UK’s automotive industry has undergone a renaissance in recent years and we have the potential to emerge as a trailblazer in the developmentUSA: Nissan confirms 2 new plug-in vehicles will be added to future lineup. Read more ... », design and manufacture of green cars.

We’re doing well comparedElectric Cars Cut Greenhouse Gases Even More Than Expected, NASA Says. Read more ... » to our European competitors, helped by a buoyant UK carCharge your EV overnight!: Charge electric cars smartly to take pressure off national grid – minister. Read more ... » market. But, if we’re to stay ahead we need to secure the UK’s position as both a global leader in the production and adoption of low carbon vehiclesAmazed: UK To Test Wireless Charging Lanes For Electric Cars. Read more ... ». We need to see more people who live in Britain drivingGood. Speedy charging driving a global boom in electric cars. Read more ... » these cars and enjoying the lower running costsNTU ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes. Read more ... » they can bring.

The job now is making sure that we get the most out of every penny, so today (7 November 2013) I am launching a call for evidence from key players in the industry to find out how we kick start demand and make the UK the numberMore Scots are plugging in electric cars. Read more ... » one European destination for investment in ultra low emissions vehicles.

The additional £500 million will build on the £400 million the government has already committed from 2010 to 2015 to take low emission vehiclesMaking Most of the UK Plug-IN Grant : for Plug-In Car upto £5000 or Plug-In Van upto £8000 . Read more ... » from a niche to a mainstream market – with support to increase plug in pointsWhat would happen if everyone in a street charged an Electric Car at the same time?. Read more ... », boost consumerUK GOV: Keeping the existing plug-in vehicle grants until at least May 2015.. Read more ... » interest, and strengthen researchResearch reveals predicted electric car boom at UK hot spot cities. Read more ... » and development.

A thriving autoElectric Cars Cut Greenhouse Gases Even More Than Expected, NASA Says. Read more ... » sector is vital to the UK economy – it is currently worth over £11The UK went crazy for electric vehicles and hybrids in 2015. Read more ... » billion to our economy and represents seven per cent of all manufacturing output. A strong foothold in low emission automotive technologiesMy Electric Avenue report stresses collaboration. Read more ... » will be vital to its ongoing success.

The UK already offers one of the most longElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... »-term, comprehensive packages of support for consumers looking to make the transition to ultra low emission vehiclesGood News Hampshire: Electric cars get six new charge points (& hopefully more) thanks to £315K UK Grant. Read more ... » and we wantScotland - Leading the charge on electric cars - gladdens EV users UK-wide. Read more ... » to make sure that this reputation is maintained and enhanced over the next period.

The call for evidence is seeking opinions on where emphasis should be placed and if particular areas, for example taxis and fleetIts excitingly close: Tesla Model S delivered to first European customers. Read more ... » vehicles, should be targeted more directly. Government is inviting industry, local authorities, fleet managers and others with an interest in this sector to respond to encourage more people to choose vehicles with the lowest possible emissions.

It builds on the government’s previous successful package of support that led NissanWhat the Future Holds: Car Makers’ #EV Commitments, a Brand-by-Brand Review. Read more ... » to base European production of the world’s best selling ULEVUltra Low Emission Zone. Read more ... » here in the UK. It has delivered wider benefits to the sector throughout the supply chain helping SMEs across the country.

Over 6Not just You and I: Green vehicle demand revs up as UK electric car sales quadruple. Read more ... »,000 ULEVs have been sold in the UK with government-funded consumer incentivesTesla promises electric car revolution. Read more ... » and 10The UK went crazy for electric vehicles and hybrids in 2015. Read more ... »,000 chargepoints installed.

The call for evidence will close on 10 January 2014 and we are planning to publish details of the planned 2015 to 2020 package later in 2014.

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