The future of electric vehicles: Industry leaders and Government come together to share their insights at the Hay Festival

May 3 2019, London – Go Ultra Low will return to the Hay Festival this year to host a panel on the future of electric vehicles. Following a successful inaugural event at 2018’s festival, Broadcaster and author Kate Humble will chair this year’s panel, bringing together influential speakers from the Government and the automotive and […]

Electric car registrations surging ahead!

With every month that goes by, registrations of pure electric and plug-in hybrid cars are increasing, and new figures released by us this week show that we’re on track for another record year. The first half of 2018 has seen more than 28,000 new pure electric and plug-in hybrid cars take to the UK’s roads. […]

That’s shocking! Brits underestimate benefits of switching to a pure electric car, and 42% don’t think you can put one through a car wash

New research reveals UK motorists underestimate benefits of electric driving, with 89% not knowing that electric cars accelerate quicker than petrol or diesel counterparts, and a quarter thinking they are more expensive to maintain 42% of Brits aren’t sure if you can put a pure electric car through a car wash, even though, just like […]

Transport Minister and industry leaders discuss future of electric vehicles at Go Ultra Low Hay Festival Panel

May 29th 2018, London – Go Ultra Low will be hosting its first-ever panel on the future of electric vehicles at this year’s Hay Festival. The panel, chaired by broadcaster, author and electric car expert Robert Llewellyn, brings together influential speakers from the Government, and the automotive and energy sectors, to share insights on how […]

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