UK, Chargemaster, Tesla, Sydney, TomCar.
Fleet funding pot: 19m pounds worth of funding has been made available by the UK government to help commercial fleets adopt zero emission vehicle technologies. Bidding is now open to both large fleet operators and SMEs. Part of the funds will go towards building charging infrastructure.
EV charging partnership: British Automobile Association (AA) and Chargemaster will be installing 2,500 charge points at AA-rated hotels as part of a new EV partnership. The deal for AA members will include 300 euro home installation packages, discounted charging as well as marketing.
Exclusive Tesla outlet Down Under: Tesla has opened its fourth store in Australia, right in the heart of Sydney. It is the second in the metropolis and located at a pedestrian mall in the central business district, often described as Australia’s Wall Street.
Commercial TomCar: Off-road EV maker TomCar is making their vehicles available for public use. The 100% electric all-terrain vehicles, which have hitherto been developed for military and commercial use only, will be available worldwide.