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Car Dealer News 23 Dec
Arnold Clark targets education over sales with £5m AFV Innovation Centre
Arnold Clark has set aside its car sales priorities with the opening of a £5 million Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Innovation Centre which aims to educate motorists on the benefits of EVs.
Market Insight 21 May
1-in-3 fleet managers will electrify at least half their vehicles by 2025
One-third of the UK’s fleet managers expect more than 50% of their company car fleets will be electric within five years, according to a new Go Ultra Low survey.
Market Insight 20 Dec
One in five drivers want to buy an electric car in 2019
Almost one in five (18%) people would like to switch to an electric vehicle (EV) next year, according to new research from Go Ultra Low.
Market Insight 28 Aug
Electric car sales set to overtake diesel by 2020
Dealers will be selling more electric cars than diesels by 2020, according to analysis by Leasing Options.
Market Insight 13 Jul
EVs with decent range will ‘sell themselves’, says AA president Edmund King
A specially-commissioned AA Populus poll of 10,293 drivers has revealed that 35% of motorists expect to own an EV within the next ten years – with younger drivers leading the change.
Manufacturer 2 Jul
Consumers still unsure about electric vehicle running costs, says Go Ultra Low
Go Ultra Low is looking to clear up misconceptions around EV running costs after research shows consumers are confused.
Market Insight 24 Apr
Growth in UK plug-in hybrid car market masks dip in pure electric vehicle sales.
In the first three months of this year there were 13,327 new electric and plug-in hybrid cars registered, a 16% increase on the same quarter last year.
Market Insight 8 Jan
Go Ultra Low celebrates 2017's record electric and hybrid vehicle sales
Go Ultra Low has celebrated a record year of EV and hybrid car sales after registrations rose 27% during 2017 – the sixth consecutive sales rise for the sector.
Supplier News 21 Nov
Nottingham to get EV-ready with Chargemaster
The charge towards EV adoption has begun in Nottingham with the announcement that Chargemaster will affirm the city’s Go Ultra Low City status with new infrastructure plans.
Market Insight 16 Oct
UK electric and plug-in car growth reaches quarterly high
UK plug-in car registrations have achieved their highest ever three-month run with 7,794 registrations in September taking the quarterly total to 12,932.
Car Dealer News 18 Aug
Go Ultra Low reaches new heights with 100 members
Go Ultra Low has broadened the appeal of its EV promotions campaign with the announcement that 100 companies have joined its cause - demonstrating their commitment to run eco-friendly fleets.
Car Dealer News 2 Aug
JCT600 VLS awarded Go Ultra Low status
JCT600 VLS has been awarded Go Ultra Low status due to promotion and usage of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) in its fleet.
Market Insight 13 Jul
West Midlands leads the way as AFVs achieve record H1
Motorists in the West Midlands emerged as the keenest adopters of AFVs as electric car registrations reached their highest ever levels in H1, 2017.
Manufacturer 21 Mar
Hyundai Motor joins Go Ultra Low campaign
Hyundai Motor UK has joined the Go Ultra Low campaign to help promote the benefits of plug-in and fuel cell vehicles.
Car Dealer News 21 Feb
Chargemaster to inspire EV drivers at Milton Keynes store
Chargemaster will attempt to entice motrists into zer-emission vehicles with the UK’s first dedicated EV experience centre at Milton Keynes shopping centre, The Centre:MK.
Market Insight 8 Nov
Call for more promotion of EVs within business
Almost 700,000 UK motorists would join the electric vehicle (EV) market, if given the chance by their employer, according to research at the Go Ultra Low ‘Future of the Car’ Summit.
Manufacturer 9 Sep
Ultra low emission vehicle sales rise 49%
The take up of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) has increased by 49% in the last quarter, according to figures from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Manufacturer 3 Aug
Nissan expects significant increase in electric vehicle charging points by 2020
Nissan is predicting a 125% increase in the amount of electric vehicle charging points in the UK to 7,900 by 2020.
Market Insight 3 Aug
Motorists buying record numbers of electric cars
Motorists in the UK are buying more electric vehicles than ever; with latest figures confirming continual quarterly rises in plug-in car uptake.
Market Insight 29 Jun
'Electric vehicle registrations to dominate new car market by 2027'
Electric power could be the dominant form of propulsion for all new cars sold in the UK as early as 2027, with more than 1.3 million electric cars registered each year.