Saving electric car battery life

Winter driving, the electric way

Electric car battery life The cooler weather is undoubtedly having an impact on us all – as we feel the cold, it slows us down and we try adapt and make the necessary changes to move around at temperatures our bodies aren’t naturally comfortable with. Saving your electric car battery life also saves on your […]

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The global leader in the provision of shared electric vehicles, GreenMobility, has launched its unique service in the North of England, appointing Franklin Energy as its preferred charging installation provider. Sustainable car sharing in major cities is a fast-growing trend. The Copenhagen-based enterprise has consolidated its unique service provision in its home city and is […]

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Youth Electric Charging

The Younger Generation’s Views on Electric Vehicles

In a world that is constantly striving to find more environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions, the prospect of electric vehicles has not only become an exciting goal, but a very attainable one too. The concept of electric vehicles is simple: It aims to use the energy stored in its rechargeable batteries, which are recharged by […]

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How do you charge a car in the UK

How do you charge an electric car?

How do you charge an electric car? With fuel cost rises showing no signs of slowing down, sales of electric vehicles (EVs) continue to grow in the UK – they were up 29% in 2016 – and are forecast to reach 1 million by the end of 2020. Whereas in the past drivers were concerned […]

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App to show where you can charge a car currently in the UK

Where you can charge a car currently in the UK?

Where you can charge a car currently in the UK? While sales of EVs continue to grow – one car was registered every 13 minutes in the first quarter of 2016 – the majority of electric vehicle drivers continue to charge their cars at home. But off-street parking in the UK is available to only […]

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Home Charging Electric car

Electric car charging at home

With the uptake of electric vehicles on the rise, conscious consumers are always on the lookout for ways to justify investing in an ultra low emission vehicle, in order to get the most out of their money. From 2016 onwards, the UK government has committed to a nationwide charging infrastructure strategy for low emission vehicles. […]

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