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BP in talks over installing electric chargers

BP is the latest oil company looking at installing electric car charging points on its forecourts.

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Proposals to relax rules on drivers of electric vans

Changes to driver licensing rules will make it easier for van drivers to switch to electric vehicles, the government has announced today (28 July 2017).

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Call for funding equality for hydrogen and electric

The Government will not meet its target of 65 operational hydrogen refuelling stations by 2020 unless funding is increased, one of the main companies involved in the sector has warned.

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BMW announces plan for all electric Mini to be made in UK

BMW Group has announced that it will be launching a new battery-electric Mini that will be made in the UK.

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PRA urges caution over Air Quality Plan

The PRA has given a cautious welcome to some of the measures in the government’s clean air strategy which was unveiled on Wednesday, and confirms it will ban the sale of all new conventional petrol and diesel cars by 2040.

Rapleys warns plans in Bill could cost sector £250m

Property expert Rapleys has warned that proposed legislation in the Queen’s Speech could heap costs of £250m on operators of petrol filling stations and motorway services.

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Government invests £20m to back smarter energy systems in EVs

The government is investing £20m to support development of electric vehicles (EVs) capable of returning electricity to the grid.

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Volvo goes all electric with new models from 2019

Volvo Cars has announced that every Volvo it launches from 2019 will have an electric motor, marking the end of cars that only have an internal combustion engine (ICE) and placing electrification at the core of its future business.

Northern Powergrid's Patrick Erwin with Nissan's Leaf electric car

Nissan partners power company in electric vehicle development

Nissan and electricity distribution company Northern Powergrid have announced that they have signed an agreement that will see them co-operate over the next six years on a series of innovation projects to explore how electric vehicles (EVs), batteries, and smart technologies can support energy networks.

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Honda opens "Europe's most advanced public charging station"

Honda has opened what it claims is Europe’s most advanced public charging station for plug-in vehicles at its R&D facility in Offenbach, Germany.

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Mass adoption of electric vehicles "much closer"

Mass ownership of electric cars could occur much earlier than previously thought, according to a report by UBS.

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Brokers predict sales of diesel cars will decline

Nearly a third of brokers expect sales of diesel cars to decrease this year following media scares, according to a survey by Paragon Car Finance.

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Electric car demand could overload grid

The UK’s energy system isn’t prepared for the growing number of consumers choosing to buy small scale energy technologies such as electric vehicles (EVs), according to a new report by think tank Green Alliance.

David Charman: chairman CWA

Our industry has once again moved into a whole new era, with Tesco taking ownership of Booker and its forecourt brands and the demonisation of diesel as a road fuel.

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Weekly Fuel Prices 14 August 2017
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East117.78126.20116.58
East Midlands117.17126.70116.22
London117.7259.90127.04116.54
North East116.9560.90129.14116.15
North West117.36126.64116.53
Northern Ireland116.19122.90115.51
Scotland117.41124.99116.52
South East118.0359.90127.89116.96
South West117.7463.40125.47116.65
Wales117.10127.21116.19
West Midlands117.39126.42116.62
Yorkshire & Humber117.0267.40127.01116.21

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