Industry News

Koller one of 7 companies to donate to an ‘extra special’ special school

Koller Engineering

Koller Engineering is one of seven mobility companies which have come together to provide a special school in Milton Keynes with a wheelchair accessible minibus. The updating of the minibus saw seven companies from the mobility industry join together to completely transform the Local Authority school minibus with new equipment including wheelchair restraints, seats and an access lift. Director, Dean ... Read More »

Royal Mail to acquire 100 Peugeot Partner L2 Electric

Partner L2 Electric van

Peugeot has been given the opportunity to supply the Royal Mail postal service 100 Partner L2 Electric vans as their latest delivery vehicles across the UK which will aid in boosting their green credentials. The long-wheelbase versions of the Peugeot Partner will go into service towards the end of the year, when Royal Mail has installed suitable charging stations across their ... Read More »

Government announce £20m development on vehicle-to-grid technology

Vehicle-to-grid technology

Vehicle-to-grid technology has been highly talked about recently in a bid to build a sustainable power grid for the future of electric vehicles(EVs). The government has announced that they will invest £20m into the research and development of this technology. This development aims to help boost the transition to electric vehicles by being capable to return electricity from a vehicle to the ... Read More »

Consultation launched to increase alternatively fuelled van weight limits

Master Z.E

Due to recent speculation about alternatively fuelled vehicles being heavier than their internal combustion engine counterparts, the UK Government has launched a consultation on proposals to increase the weight limit of electric and gas-powered vans that can be driven on a standard category B license. Currently, drivers with a normal category B license can operate vans weighing up to a maximum gross vehicle ... Read More »

AppyParking launch pay-as-you-go parking app for van fleets


A parking app known as AppyParking has formed a partnership with Westminster Council to launch a pay-as-you-go mobile payment solution, which is aimed at trying to reduce the number of parking fines van drivers receive. The app is designed to make parking less stressful and more convenient for van drivers. It allows drivers to see where the nearest parking spaces ... Read More »