Browse news and features about the electric vehicle (EV) revolution in Oxford and across Oxfordshire, including the Oxfordshire Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy, as well as from some of Oxfordshire’s key players in the EV industry, including EV manufacturers, EV battery technologies and infrastructure providers such as charging stations. From electrification of public transportation to the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure – Oxfordshire is ahead of the UK curve in its transition from petrol and diesel vehicles to cleaner, greener electric vehicles.
The traders are taking part in a trial of electric cargo bikes with refrigerated capability for deliveries as preparation for the Zero Emission Zone Pilot in August.
The Bicester site is the first of 24 council-owned car parks that will have an EV charging hub installed this year under the £5.2 million Park and Charge scheme.
The UK’s largest public EV charging hub of 38 fast and ultra-rapid chargers will deliver 100% renewable energy to EV drivers day and night.
The Arrival Car will be designed to be an affordable, purpose-built electric vehicle for ride-hailing and will be designed in partnership with Uber drivers.
The Culham Science Centre based company is set to deploy Solid-State Lithium-Sulfur (Li-S) cell and battery systems to its clients and partners worldwide by Autumn 2021.
The high-specification units – with strong sustainability credentials designed to incorporate a ‘carbon zero’ specification – attracted a high calibre of potential tenants.
Residents in the Headington area of Oxford will soon be able to rent an e-scooter as part of a trial to allow residents to both travel in a socially distanced manner and cut carbon emissions.
The cities are developing business cases in an England-wide competition to switch an entire town or city’s bus fleet to electric vehicles.
Arrival, the company creating electric vehicles with its game-changing technologies has announced it is to float on the New York-based NASDAQ stock exchange.
Bicester-based micro-mobility manufacturer, Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV), has revealed the latest design in its range of lightweight, zero-emissions, urban commercial taxi.
Asda has trialed Bicester-based Electric Assisted Vehicle, allowing customers to receive their weekly food shop with zero carbon emissions.
Arrival, the banbury-based technology company focused on commercial electric vehicles announced it has raised $118 million from funds managed by BlackRock.