The new two-seater promises low running costs of less than 2.5p per mile.
LEVC has confirmed its new electric light commercial van will be called the VN5.
The London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) has begun production of its new electric van in prototype form.
Businesses in Brixton, including street and market traders based locally, will be able to tap into a free electric van sharing service.
Citroën plans to launch three new electric vans by 2021, starting with the Electric Relay at the beginning of 2020.
Royal Mail is to triple the size of its electric van fleet with the addition of 190 new models by the end of the year.
LEVC has revealed its new electric urban delivery van that uses a range extender to give a 377-mile range.
PSA Group unveiled two key electric models at the CV Show, the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer.
Anglian Water has introduced 10 new electric vans to its fleet as part of its strategy to reduce fleet emissions and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
To achieve this, all John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose and Partners delivery trucks, trailers and vans – more than 3,200 vehicles in total - will have to be switched to zero-emissions vehicles.
BYD has rolled out three zero emission commercial vehicles targeted at fleet customers in Europe.
A consortium led by UK Power Networks has received funding to investigate the feasibility of fitting wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging technology in London.
Scottish Water has added a fully electric Renault Kangoo ZE 33 to its fleet.
Fortnum & Mason has added two electric Renault Kangoo ZE 33 delivery vans to its fleet, for deliveries in and around London.
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FM Conway has introduced two Nissan e-NV200 plug-in vans into its London-based fleet, in partnership with Enterprise Flex-E-Rent.
FM Conway has added two Nissan e-NV200 electric vans to its fleet, supplied by Enterprise Flex-E-Rent.
LDV’s EV80 travelled 600 zero-emission miles last week for the UK government’s Green GB Week initiative, to encourage businesses and the public to tackle climate change.
DPD has opened the UK's first all-electric parcel depot in central London, and announced plans for a further seven all-electric sites in the capital.
UK Power Networks is taking steps to electrify its London-based fleet with a delivery of eight Renault Kangoo Van ZE 33 panel vans.