Charging points and the link to “queuing theory”

Charging points and the link to “queuing theory”

I posted recently about the need to look at the (very near) future of electric car ranges before pushing ahead with the charging infrastructure based on current needs. Our resident mathematician Chris Sewell has looked into this a bit more and, using the simplest...
The ZX Spectrum and EV charging infrastructure…

The ZX Spectrum and EV charging infrastructure…

The ZX Spectrum and EV charging infrastructure… 23rd April 1982; Clive Sinclair launches his ZX Spectrum 8-bit personal computer, and in its own way, it changed the world. But welcome as the Spectrum was, it wasn’t the answer. It was the first baby steps on a journey...
EV with over 600 mile range coming 2022

EV with over 600 mile range coming 2022

Arriving in 2022, with over 600 miles on a charge, achieved by improvements in efficiency and not just a bigger battery. The speed with which companies like Mercedes are moving the goalposts is simply staggering....
Company car tax for EVs to stay low to 2025

Company car tax for EVs to stay low to 2025

Thanks to Fleet News for pointing out that the Government’s “Transitioning to Zero Emission Cars and Vans: 2035 delivery plan”, reconfirms the commitment to keep the company car tax scale charge for full EVs to 2% until April 2025. Client’s often ask us...

Better batteries tomorrow?

There’s an article on the Autocar website this morning about an update to the Audi etron promised for 2022. New batteries, motors and “upgraded electronics systems” will boost range from 249 to 373 miles. Thats quite an upgrade isn’t it?...