Technology Articles


First Hydrogen and UK fleet trials first hydrogen fuel cell

Working with Rivus, one of the UK’s largest fleet operators, First Hydrogen is testing and assessing the performance of a first-of-a-kind hydrogen vehicle


F1 veterans join Verge Motorcycles to develop e-motorbikes

Supporting the fast-moving consumers who enjoy speed and adrenaline, Verge Motorcycles employs F1 veterans to break the boundaries of electric motorbikes

OEMs and consumers impacted by low-mileage EV write-offs

Addressing the conversation around low-mileage EV write-offs, it’s clear how consumers could see costs rise, and OEMs may experience higher competition

Vertellus’ scheme helping to electrify commercial fleets

Investing in an electric commercial fleet is a huge commitment and not all businesses are geared for a successful switch

Insights from Racing Towards EV

As Sustainability LIVE New York is just one month away, we reflect on the highlights of September’s event and deep dive into the Racing Towards EV panel

Could a scratched battery be an insurance total wipeout?

Insurers are writing off EVs with minor repairs due to expensive parts & lack of data making it impossible to discern if repaired vehicles are road safe

Optimise EV home charging with an eco-smart device

Make home charging an EV even more efficient with an eco-smart device that pulls power straight from personal solar panels and wind turbines

Oregon plans to temporarily suspend EV rebate programme

Oregon, US, will temporarily suspend rebates for buying and leasing new EVs because demand is too high. Bad news for drivers, great news for the planet