Scottish Fire & Rescue Service relies on EDF for charging
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) continues its transition to new electric vehicles and has turned to EDF for installing charging stations across its network of sites. SFRS aims to transition 50 per cent of its 755-strong fleet of cars and vans to EVs by 2025.
EDF announces affordable charging tariff
The UK-based energy company EDF Energy has announced a new EV tariff following the decision to ban sales of petrol and diesel vehicles in the UK from 2030. According to the company, the zero-carbon renewable GoElectric 35 tariff offers the cheapest off-peak rate on the market.
Ubitricity using green power from EDF for UK
Ubitricity has selected EDF Energy as its green power supplier for all its lantern charging points in the UK. More than 1,800 of these now exist in ten municipalities, including Liverpool, Portsmouth and central London districts such as Westminster.
Nissan expands V2G cooperation with EDF
Nissan is expanding their cooperation with Électricité de France (EDF) in the field of vehicle-to-grid charging of electric vehicles. The agreement now applies to Great Britain, France, Belgium and Italy.
EDF & Nuvve formalise V2G charging venture DREEV
Électricité de France (EDF) together with California’s Nuvve has founded a joint venture called DREEV for the development of V2G charging solutions. The focus is on the main European markets of France, Belgium, Italy and Great Britain.
Nissan and EDF Energy explore 2nd life use of batteries
Nissan teams up with EDF Energy, the UK-based subsidiary of French utility EDF, to explore secondary use of old EV batteries. The first joint project will focus on creating a business model to reuse recycled batteries of the Nissan Leaf into commercial storage systems.