The new Nissan LEAF has become the first 100% electric vehicle to join the Motability Scheme, allowing the scheme’s 620,000 current users the opportunity to explore zero emission motoring.
Lex Autolease, UK fleet management company, has reached a milestone in the provision of alternative fuel vehicles with the delivery of its 100th plug in electric vehicle.
Leamington Spa based, building services design consultants, Greenway & Partners are proud to announce 45 years in business, and to mark this milestone birthday the Company has chosen this occasion to re-launch its image with a new green initiative and new addition to the team - Zoe.
At the same time as it continues to bring advanced, low emissions plug-in hybrid vehicles to the marketplace, Toyota knows their success will rely on customers having easy access to safe and convenient recharging points.
BMW's brand new all-electric i3 is not just a car but a game-changer in terms of sustainability, production processes and keeping people connected.
My Electric Avenue has charged into life, with support from Drayson Racing Technologies and other local businesses at the company’s base in Oxfordshire.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance has sold its 100,000th zero-emission car.
Emission-free hydrogen powered vehicles will soon be operating in London. It is the intention that five Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell models – the first production fuel cell cars in the world – will be an integral part of the London Hydrogen Network Expansion (LNHE) project.
Your choice of car, fuel and your style of driving, can all have a real affect on the environment. But, GEM Motoring Assist believes that if we all adopt a more ‘green’ approach to driving, we could make a difference for the better.
Kia is planning a number of green initiatives in 2013 as part of its commitment to put the environment at the forefront of its business operations - a pledge which has now been in force for a decade.
Volkswagen’s futuristic XL1, the world’s most fuel-efficient production hybrid car, took to the streets of the capital.
The world-famous Goodwood Estate in West Sussex is to benefit from the addition of three rapid chargers for electric vehicles – donated by carmaker Nissan.
The first 25 people involved with the Low Carbon London EV lease scheme, a project run by UK Power Networks, have recently taken delivery of their new LEAFs at Nissan’s UK headquarters in Maple Cross, Hertfordshire.
Hundreds of Nissan LEAF drivers will continue to make their way around the nation’s capital, safe in the knowledge their 100 per cent electric car remains unaffected by the London Congestion Charge.
Now available from just £189 per month – or less than the cost of a month’s London Congestion Charge payments – the all-new 100 per cent electric Nissan LEAF is more affordable than ever.
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