ELV

DEFINITION: End-of-life vehicles. 

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JLR plans to expand its EV range through upgrading its UK manufacturing facilities.

JLR to invest hundreds of millions in EV production

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is due to invest hundreds of millions of pounds into its UK factories to manufacture electric vehicles (EV) in the future.

More commitments are expected across the course of the week

JD Sports joins RE100 as business pledges roll in for London Climate Action week

Four firms including JD Sport, The City of London Corporation, Apcoa Parking, and Intu, have joined The Climate Group's initiatives on renewable energy and electric transport - the RE100 and EV100.

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ECC claims the target is "ambitious" and that it acknowledges the existence of a "Climate Emergency"

Edinburgh commits to become 'net-zero' carbon city by 2030

Edinburgh City Council (ECC) has pledged to ensure that the city operates on a "net-zero" carbon basis by 2030 - 15 years before Scotland's national net-zero target for 2045.

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Clients to use the service will be supplied with 100% renewable electricity to power the EVs. Pictured: Drax Retail’s chief executive Jonathan Kini

Drax enters EV market with launch of service for business fleets

Power generation giant Drax has launched a new service offering businesses support to make the switch to electric vehicle (EV) fleets, marking its first move into the e-mobility sector.

Milk & More has installed dedicated EV charging points at 25 of its distribution centres to support the electrification of its fleet

Milk & More to add 160 pure-electric vans to its UK delivery fleet

Food and drink delivery firm Milk & More is set to add a further 160 fully electric vans to its UK fleet by the end of May, bringing its total electric van stock to more than 500 vehicles.

The ULEZ replaces the T-Charge and operates alongside the Congestion Charge

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SEAT made a number of announcements at its AGM, including new EV models and development across its range

SEAT gives the green light for EV production line

Plans have been unveiled by car manufacturer SEAT to develop six new electric and plug-in hybrid models as part of the firm's electric strategy for 2021.

The Co-op made the move to look at “different ways” of bringing products closer to shoppers

Co-op launches new online delivery service with e-bikes

Zero emissions online delivery is being launched by Co-op through a partnership scheme with e-cargobikes.com.

The Clean Air Zone in Birmingham has been described as 'much needed' by the council

Birmingham Clean Air Zone given green light by Government

Plans for a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) in Birmingham have received Government approval following the submission of its full business case last month.

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Dow's Project Butterfly and Ikea's EV charging push: The sustainability success stories of the week

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Liftshare customers are set to save the UK 50,000MtCO2 in 2019 alone through shared car journeys

Liftshare to deliver one billion saved car miles by 2020

Ride-sharing firm Liftshare is on course to save one billion miles of car transport on UK roads by March 2020, the firm claims.

Honda says movement towards electrification has

Honda to only sell electric vehicles in Europe by 2025

Japanese car manufacturer Honda has launched ambitious plans to only sell vehicles using electric powertrains in Europe within six years, which will be complemented by new energy management partnerships.

The RAC though said that its own findings suggested the UK was “still some distance” from the “tipping point” where consumers would buy electric vehicles as their first choice

Government urged to rethink road taxation policy to spur EV uptake

Motoring tax needs a rethink if it is going to be fit for the twenty first century and the increase in electric vehicles (EVs), according to the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA).

The firm also announced it was implementing a number of firmware upgrades to vehicles which will see its long-range Model 3 extended to 325 miles in range

Tesla drops price of Model 3 in bid to spur EV market

Tesla has announced plans to reduce the purchase price of its Model 3 car to £26,500 as it aims to grow its share of the electric vehicle (EV) market.

edie Explains: The green office

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The trucks offer a driving range of up to 300km (186 miles)

Volvo Trucks' first all-electric vehicles land in Europe

Volvo Trucks has delivered its first set of all-electric heavy goods vehicles (HGV) in Europe this week, in the form of a refuse truck for a recycling firm and a distribution truck for a logistics firm both located in Sweden.

The #LoveCleanAir message is being used for the National Clean Air Summit taking place in London today

Clean Air Summit: London Mayor doubles scrappage fund for polluting vehicles

London Mayor Sadiq Khan will today (14 February) announce a new £25m fund that will double the cash available to help business owners and London residents to scrap older, polluting vehicles, one the same day that city leaders call on Government to establish a £1.5bn clean vehicle upgrade programme.

According to Uber, more than half the miles on UberX journeys – which seat up to four passengers - in London are already in hybrids or EVs. Image: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

Uber set to launch 15p eco-charge for London journeys

Ride-hailing firm Uber is launching its 15p per-mile "eco-charge" for all journeys taken within London, in the same week that Sadiq Khan has unveiled the world's largest air quality network in the capital.

The Government claims the 2040 ban is ambitious enough to meet its 2050 target of making “almost every car” in the UK zero-emission

Government rejects calls to bring 2040 petrol and diesel car ban forward

The UK Government has confirmed that it will not bring the date of its 2040 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars forward, despite pressure from MPs and green campaign groups to set a 2032 deadline.

The launch of the scrappage scheme comes at a time when vehicles are estimated to account for almost half of London’s nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions

London Mayor unveils van scrappage scheme for small businesses

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has today (18 December) unveiled plans for a new £23m van scrappage scheme, aimed at helping small business owners switch from old diesel vehicles to low-carbon alternatives.

The move comes three years after VW admitted to using emissions “cheating software” in the US and Europe – a scandal now widely known as “dieselgate”

Volkswagen to launch its last diesel and petrol cars in 2026

German carmaker Volkswagen (VW) will not launch any new car models with a traditional petrol or diesel combustion engine after 2026 as part of a shake-up to its electric vehicle (EV) strategy.

Optimise Prime will launch in early 2019, with the first of the new EVs set to be deployed across London, the South East and East of England in the second half of 2019

World's biggest commercial EV project set to launch in London

Several big-name businesses, including Uber and UK Power Networks, have teamed up to launch a three-year project aimed at determining how the UK's business community should be supported as it undergoes the electric vehicle (EV) transition.

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BT will train its Fleet Services staff to diagnose and repair technological problems with EVs

BT launches company car scheme for EVs

Telecoms giant BT has launched its first company car scheme for fully-electric vehicles (EVs) in a bid to incentivise sustainable travel among its staff cohort.