New EV charge points installed in London

Monday February 10

Source London is the capital’s largest network of electric vehicle charging points. We have installed over 1300 chargers and our customers have long passed 1 million hours of charging on our network. Our goal is to continue to expand, in order to provide Londoners with a solid infrastructure and with the confidence to make the switch to a cleaner vehicle.

We have recently opened 23 new charge points across...

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Sales of petrol and diesel cars banned from 2035

Tuesday February 04

The announcement will be made by the Prime Minister and the Transport Secretary, as UK’s plans are outlined ahead of the UN talks. The 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) will be hosted by the UK in November 2020, bringing together world leaders to discuss the urgency of climate change.

During a launch event in London, the Prime Minister is expected to announce the decision to bring forward the deadline five years in an effort to ...

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Audi launches EV charging service

Tuesday January 28

Audi has announced their new charging service, which allow drivers of their electric vehicles to access different charging networks across the UK and Europe all with one card/app.

The RFID card or myAudi app unlocks charge points from 18 different providers in the UK, including Source London, and many across Europe, allowing e-tron owners to ...

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Request an Electric Vehicle charge point near you

Thursday January 23

We have created an online tool that enables Londoners to express exactly where they want new charge points installed. The initiative, called Powermystreet, was launched in July 2018 as part of the Evening Standard’s Future of London initiative.

This platform was set up to help the roll-out of a robust and reliable charging infrastructure, which in turn would support the adoption of electric vehicles. We want to help London become ...

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Battery electric vehicles or Hydrogen cars?

Wednesday January 15

Battery-powered and hydrogen cars are both types of electric vehicles. What differentiates them? Which one is more convenient, and which more sustainable?


How BEVs and FCEVs work

While a traditional ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) is powered by burning fuels through spark or compression,...

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