Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has demanded that a “postcode should play no part” in how easy it is to use an electric car.
Scotland is streets ahead of many parts of the UK for charging an electric car, figures show.
Worries about charging electric cars could become a thing of the past, as a team of engineers say they have developed a battery that can recharge in 10 minutes.
New electric and self-driving vehicles have taken centre stage at the Tokyo Motor Show as car-makers move towards more sustainable transport methods.
Drivers of zero-emission cars could be given green number plates to help them benefit from incentives for cleaner vehicles.
There’s little way to avoid the wave of popularity that electric cars are experiencing at the moment. Close to every manufacturer is bringing their own EV to market, and demand is only going to increase as both carmakers and government push to get more people into plug-in cars.
Dyson has announced that it is cancelling its £2.5bn electric car project.
The way cars are taxed needs to be re-addressed as the popularity of electric cars increases and the amount of revenue generated from fuel duty lessens, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The Government is promising to invest up to £1 billion in developing electric cars while planting a million new trees as part of a package to help make the UK carbon neutral by 2050.
More than two thirds (69%) of people expect electric cars to be simply known as “cars” by 2030, a new survey suggests.
A £400 million fund to boost electric vehicle charging infrastructure has been launched, the Treasury said.
A north-east council has started work to replace a number of electric vehicle charging points.
A “smart” system for charging electric vehicles on the street has been launched to boost the take-up of clean cars.
The number of electric cars in use around the north-east has grown in the past year.
Plans have been approved to create two electric vehicle charging stations in an Aberdeen gym car park.
A north-east council is aiming to expand charging points for electric vehicles across a tourist route.
Entrepreneur Sir James Dyson has revealed his company has been developing an electric car for the last two years.
The running of electric vehicle charge points could cost Aberdeen City Council around £34,000 this year, a report has revealed.