Electric cars are surging in popularity thanks to their reduced environmental impact compared to petrol-powered cars. But are they actually more efficient?

800V charging unlocks faster charge speeds than 400V, but the architecture is expensive.

Electric vehicles have a temperamental range - this article explores the biggest energy sappers.

SoC stands for "State of Charge" and it refers to the charge level of the battery pack in an electric vehicle.

The rate of degradation in EV batteries is so slow you are unlikely to own a car for long enough to notice any problems.

The race for 0-62mph in less than a second is enthralling, but our interest in future battery technologies for electric vehicles is even greater.

7kW chargers are fast enough to deliver convenient charging at home.

British Gas offers two smart EV charging solutions - the compact EO Mini Pro 3 and the robust 7.4kW Alfen Eve S.

While regulations emphasise the importance of surge protection, they give homeowner’s the choice to opt out of an SPD during their EV charger installation.

The cost of an EV charger depends on who is applying because there are Government grants available to some buyers.

You don't need a smart meter to install an EV charger, but you do need a smart meter to purchase an EV tariff - so it's worth getting one anyway.

Installing an EV charger does not require rewiring your house. The electrical work is usually confined to creating the new circuit between the consumer unit and charger.

An EV tariff offers lower prices per kWh at certain times or when charging an EV.

EV cable holders come in all shapes and sizes. From holsters to hooks, this article covers the best of the best.

Need an EV charger but not sure where to start? This guide covers everything you need to know.