• UK faces EV charging maintenance challenge, says Bureau Veritas

    With sales of electric vehicles only increasing, the rapid rise in the number of charging points being installed presents a ‘clear maintenance challenge’ for businesses, says Bureau Veritas.

  • Dyer & Butler Electrical install EV charging project at Gatwick

    Dyer & Butler Electrical has completed a new electric vehicle (EV) charging point project to support the arrival of Blue city’s electric car sharing service at Gatwick Airport. 

  • Charging begins at home

    With electric vehicles increasingly seen on UK roads, Rexel outlines how it supplied an EV charging solution for staff and visitors of Beyond Housing in an effort to meet the growing demand.

  • Leading the charge

    Danny Winn, business unit director for eMobility at Schneider Electric, outlines how big businesses can avoid the road to regret when choosing their EV charging solution.

  • Taking charge

    Pierre Jeannes, managing director for Mr. Electric, discusses the need to upscale the UK electric charging infrastructure to meet the increasing demands of electric vehicles. 

  • UK EV home charging speeds lag behind Europe, says study

    Energy research company Delta-ee has conducted customer research which sheds light on the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the UK and other European countries such as France, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway.

  • The EV overload

    As electric vehicle (EV) battery capacity and motor efficiency continue to increase, the ability to charge the batteries within a reasonable timeframe is of the utmost importance. Steve Hughes, managing director of REO UK, outlines the problem.

  • EV charging: ‘Quality must come first,’ says Bureau Veritas

    In response to the government’s recent pledge to invest more cash into electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, Bureau Veritas has stated that 'quality must come first' if the UK is to create a world-class charging network for cleaner vehicles.

  • New Beha-Amprobe test adapter kit for EV charging stations

    The new Beha-Amprobe EV-520-UK test adapter kit is designed to give access to the socket-outlets of vehicle charging stations to perform safety and functional tests while simulating the presence of an electrical vehicle.

  • The race is on

    Contributing editor Jordan O’Brien takes a look into the increasing demand for electric vehicles in the UK.

  • Bureau Veritas welcomes upcoming 18th Edition amendment

    Bureau Veritas has welcomed news that the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is planning an 18th Edition amendment on electric vehicle charging.

  • IET calls for industry input on EV charging amendment

    The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is calling on the electrical industry to have its say on Section 722 – Electrical Vehicle Charging Installations – as part of Amendment 1 of the IET Wiring Regulations.

  • Dyer & Butler installs GSE charging points at Heathrow

    Dyer & Butler, part of M Group Services, has completed the refurbishment of the British Airways (BA) crew car park and the installation of ground support equipment (GSE) charging points at Heathrow Airport.

  • Leading the charge

    Gregory Allouis, strategic solutions director at SPIE UK, outlines why first and foremost, an efficient EV charging infrastructure must start with the grid.

  • First Mr. Electric Welsh franchise launched

    Local couple Michael Stewart and Tracy Yarnall have launched Wales’ first Mr. Electric franchise, covering Newport, Abergavenny, Cwmbran, Pontypool and surrounding areas.

  • Fluke introduces electric vehicle charging station testing kit

    Fluke and Beha-Amprobe have introduced a kit offering comprehensive testing of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.

  • HUBER+SUHNER expands high voltage product portfolio for EVs

    HUBER+SUHNER has announced the commercial launch of the Radox EV-C connectivity solution for the automotive industry.

  • 18th Edition: A greener era for electrical safety

    Ushering in a new ‘green’ era for electrical safety, the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations came into force in January 2019. Almost a year after its implementation, Michael Kenyon, technical manager at Bureau Veritas, explains why the new framework is helping to raise safety standards in surge protection, electric vehicle infrastructure and energy efficiency.