UK Govt To End Electric Vehicle Subsidy As Demand Rises

The remaining subsidies on the electric cars for the buyers in the United Kingdom are coming to a closure after a reasonable run. The UK government is mulling to do away the benefits of £300 million to purchasers as the demand for electric vehicles is rising. The government says that the funds will then be […]

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Second-hand electric cars sale double in UK

According to the fresh data released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the sale of second-hand electric cars have increased in the United Kingdom to almost 14,600 in the first quarter of 2022 from a mere 6,600 in the first quarter of 2021. This marks an abrupt increase of 120% considering the […]

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Auto Makers call on UK Govt for more EV Charging Points and a ‘Regulator’

Growth pangs are appearing for the EV sector in the United Kingdom, as the industry faces the challenge of  unavailability of the required number of EV battery charging stations in the country. Just when sales of EV’s are finally taking off in a big way. That has brought the  Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders […]

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Poor Infrastructure and The UK EV Market

The UK has until 2040 to phase out the production of new petrol-powered cars and focus its attention on the production of electric vehicles. However, electric vehicles are being purchased at a much faster rate than expected. If we continue to see year-on-year growth in the sale of electric vehicles, the UK can’t expect to […]

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