Volkswagen has announced its plan to produce mostly zero-emission cars. Whilst this all sounds great for the environment, it also means that many jobs will be lost as electric models don’t require as much ‘effort’ to build. If this is the case, and other major brands follow Volkswagen’s example, (which seems likely), what will happen to this section of the employment economy?
A deal between Tesco and Volkswagen will see the implementation of 2,500 charging bays across 600 Tesco stores.
It seems the electric vehicle market has presented an opportunity for investors to plug the chargepoint gap across the UK.
Vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson has swiftly moved away from creating a sole product and branched off into other consumer electrical areas. Perhaps its most “radical” move yet, however, is the promise of an electric car.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub we re taking a look through the A-Z of key business fleet terms. Now, we re taking a look at fuel.