Over 100 Electric Vehicles have now been brought into Orkney through the ReFLEX project.
Whenever we discuss the climate emergency it is important to keep to the fore the values of a Just Transition which should underpin all the decisions being made – at every level – governmental, organisational and individual.
A group of researchers from the Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering have modelled what would happen if personal ownership of EVs was to become the norm.
The interactive tool by Carwow will allow EV and hybrid car owners to find the nearest electric vehicle charging stations.
In Scotland it is estimated that there will be 1 million EVs by 2030
LEVEL, Local Electric Vehicle Energy Loop, is an 18-month project that begins in April 2020.
Arrival’s Generation 2 Electric Vehicles are a new category of electric vehicles that surpass traditional vehicles in cost, design and efficiency with 50% operational cost savings for fleet owners
Orkney has one of the highest uptakes of EV’s in the country with some 250 and about 10,000 fossil fuelled vehicles.
The Economy and Energy Committee of the Scottish Parliament will be visiting Orkney on Monday 17th of February, as part of their inquiry into EVs and local energy production.
Orkney Housing Association Ltd and the community EV car club