Diesel scrappage, Iceland, UK Carline, EV charger

Diesel scrappage scheme in UK? The British Department for Transport considers a scrappage scheme for old and most polluting cars, the Telegraph has learnt. It would target areas with the highest air pollution first. Such a scheme would likely include a discount or cashback on low-emission cars in exchange of polluting vehicles being turned in. Talks with the Treasury have taken place and officials are currently drawing up plans.

200 charger for Iceland: There are thirteen EV charging stations on Europe’s most nordic island but this number shall grow to 200 over the next three years. 1.64m euro funding comes from the Icelandic government for 107 such charge spots. Additionally, Orkusalan utility is installing 80 chargers.

Green fleet: UK Carline added ten Toyota C-HR Hybrid to its fleet. The hybrids now form about 30 percent of the car pool. The move comes after the company saw demand for hybrid and electric vehicles increase last year and it expects this trend to continue.

All things considered: Ever wondered how to install an EV charger at home? Tom Konrad wrote a step-by-step guide for Level 2 charging from the comfort of a garage, including DIY tips.



about „Diesel scrappage, Iceland, UK Carline, EV charger“
von Gestern
07.07.2015 um 09:09
Gut! Richtig! Endlich wird auch über diese - eigentlich als Binsenweisheit zu bezeichnende - Tatsache berichtet. Es wird Zeit, dass die richtigen Multiplikatoren (= Redakteure der üblichen Auto-Motor-usw.-Presse) diesen Hintergrund begreifen. Ich als Privatmensch schreibe mir seit 3 Jahren die Finger wund in Leserbriefen, aber das hat keine Wirkung. Seit 3 Jahren habe ich ein elektrisches Erstauto, seit 3 Monaten ein zusätzliches Plug-in, und nur in den Urlaub fahre ich mit dem bisherigen Verbrenner. Ganz nebenbei: nur die, die schon mal mit einem E-Smart gefahren sind, wissen wieviel Spaß das Fahren machen kann (Ampelstart!)

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