WLTP, what does it mean?

You may have seen that a new test procedure was launched in 2017. The World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure, or WLTP as it’s more commonly known, is a new test that will give motorists a better idea of the fuel consumption and range of new cars (both internal combustion and electric). The previous lab […]

UK businesses urged to go electric and save £625 million

More than 400,000 SMEs could make annual fleet whole-life cost savings of up to £1,440 per vehicle by swapping into electric models Whole-life costs hold the key to savings – but only 35% of SMEs use this data to assess vehicle suitability Two thirds of SMEs say they would consider electric vehicles with lower running […]

Company car drivers could save almost £7,400 by going electric

Company car drivers could save around £3,974 in Benefit in Kind rates and £3,402 in fuel and tax savings over three years with a 100% electric car New fuel and tax cost calculator tools from Go Ultra Low reveal cost-savings for business and consumer motorists Government grants and incentives, such as Workplace Charging and Plug-in […]

Go Ultra Low Fleet Summit – would your business like to attend?

Go Ultra Low will hold the 2018 Go Ultra Low Fleet Summit – ‘Preparing for your electric car future’ on Wednesday 10 January in London. The Summit is for businesses interested in adding ultra low emission plug-in vehicles to their fleets, or growing their share of ultra low-emission vehicles. The popularity of 100% electric and […]

UK Government publishes its Clean Growth Strategy

Today, the Government publishes its Clean Growth Strategy. This sets out how the UK will continue to cut emissions while keeping costs down for consumers and growing the economy. The Government’s aim is to reduce the UK’s carbon emissions by 80% by 2050 (compared to 1990 levels)

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