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The BVRLA’s next Fleets in Charge webinar, ‘Untangling the charging conundrum’, will see the launch of a new report looking into the most pressing charging challenges facing fleets.
The BVRLA today hosted a virtual round table to bring senior representatives from across the association’s membership together with senior decision makers from the UK Government.
Sadiq Khan has today announced his plans to reduce air pollution, tackle the climate emergency and cut congestion in the capital to create a greener, healthier city fit for the future.
Commenting on today’s announcement from the Mayor of London detailing plans to reach net zero by 2030, BVRLA Chief Executive, Gerry Keaney, said:
The Fleets in Charge calendar kicks off next month with our webinar focused on ‘Untangling the charging conundrum’.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has updated Notice 700/64 to address the recovery of VAT on electric vehicle (EV) charging.
Leicester City Council is consulting on the introduction of a workplace parking levy (WPL) in 2023 that would help fund a “radical overhaul” of its active travel schemes.
Members are reminded that from April 2022, the EV Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) will no longer be open to homeowners who live in single-unit properties such as bungalows and detached, semi-detached or terraced housing.
Transport for London (TfL) has published London’s 2030 Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy, outlining how the private and public sectors can do more to ensure the city is set up to support the growing number of EVs on the road.
At the end of another year full of ups and downs, chief executive Gerry Keaney writes a BVRLA blog to highlight some of the key barriers the association has overcome, while also looking ahead to the challenges to be faced by the industry in 2022.
“EV has completely exploded… we’ve moved along the adoption curve,” said Auto Trader’s Jon Davies as he discussed the staggering progress made by used EVs in the last year for the BVRLA’s In Conversation With podcast series.