7 reasons to go car free

1. Less air pollutionUnless you are driving an electric vehicle, your car will be producing harmful gases that are damaging to the environment and are...

Why choose an Electric Vehicle (EV)?

1. Electricity is cheaper than fuelBuying an EV can be pricey, but in the long run you will save money. It can cost you roughly £8 to charge your car at home,...

What are the types of Electric Vehicles?

Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) BEVs only run on electricity, which is generated through batteries within the vehicle. Therefore, there are no emissions from...

What is an Electric Vehicle?

An electric vehicle also known as an EV, is a vehicle that is powered entirely or partially by electricity, instead of fully using a combustion engine, which...

11 Benefits of using Public Transport

1. Less air pollution Less cars on the road equals lower air pollution as less fuel is burnt. When choosing to travel by public transport you are safe in the...

How much does the way you travel affect your carbon footprint?

27% of the UK’s total emissions come from the transport we use. It is difficult to not travel as many of us need to travel for work, school, to visit friends...

Travelling and Commuting

7 reasons to go car free

7 reasons to go car free

1. Less air pollutionUnless you are driving an electric vehicle, your car will be producing harmful gases that are damaging to the environment and are directly adding to the effects of climate change. One medium car running on petrol produces 192g of CO2e every...

What is an Electric Vehicle?

What is an Electric Vehicle?

An electric vehicle also known as an EV, is a vehicle that is powered entirely or partially by electricity, instead of fully using a combustion engine, which runs on carbon emitting fossil fuels. Electric vehicles can be used to describe a car, van truck or bike that...