Electric vehicle infrastructure needs £ 165 million for vehicles to become conventional as experts said

Electric vehicle infrastructure needs £ 165 million for vehicles to become conventional as experts said

According to automotive experts, electric vehicle infrastructure requires a significant investment to mitigate the frustrations of full electric vehicle owners. Charging stations were added in 2019, but still cannot provide many drivers in rural areas away from major cities. Since 2016, charging stations are estimated to increase by 28% each year, many of which occur in major UK cities such as London.

Ola to take on Uber, Kapten, Bolt, more as it arrives in London’s crowded cab booking market

Ola to take on Uber, Kapten, Bolt, more as it arrives in London’s crowded cab booking market

Ola received a driver’s license from Transport for London (TfL) earlier last year, but announced driver registration when Uber lost his London license. Ola Taxi Company announced on Friday that it will open in London on February 10, 2020. The launch will take place two months after the company announces registration of a licensed driver on the city’s platform.

UK electric taxis will use wireless recharge technology

UK electric taxis will use wireless recharge technology

The UK government has announced that it will support financially the development of a new wireless recharge technology specially designed for electric taxis. This project will receive the support of 3.4 million pounds that will be used for technical development and a real six month test. Its objective is to accelerate the implementation of this technology, which facilitates the operation of the recharge and to make sure the continuity of the service for more hours a day.

Hyundai and Kia injected €100m into the UK car industry

Hyundai and Kia injected €100m into the UK car industry

Kia and Hyundai added €100m into the United Kingdom’s car industry. It is the biggest investment in the United Kingdom’s car industry since 2016. In 2016, it has voted to leave the EU and after that, it is the biggest investment till the date. This money help is going to be a nutritional injection to the startup company and will value it at €3bn. It will definitely make Arrival one of the most important start-ups.

The EU is strengthening Bolt to help it compete with taxi app Uber

The EU is strengthening Bolt to help it compete with taxi app Uber

Uber is now headlines for days. From appealing against TfL’s banning order to go all-electric in 2025, Uber is getting attention. This popular ride-hailing app is facing a tough time in the United Kingdom Capital. Transport for London has taken a banning decision over Uber. It has found that Uber has involved nearly fourteen thousand rides with the drivers who have used fake identity proofs.

Uber signed a new electric car deal with Nissan in the U.K Capital

Uber signed a new electric car deal with Nissan in the U.K Capital

Uber is facing a potential ban in London and a tough time to get its license extension in Birmingham. Last Friday, Uber said that it is going to offer the drivers in the United Kingdom electric cars from Nissan. According to the recent updates, Uber, a popular ride-hailing app has signed a deal with Nissan in order to introduce a fleet of nearly two thousand Leaf hatchbacks for the drivers if they use Uber app in Britain.