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Electric Vehicles Models : What’s coming and when?

November 21, 2020

Date – 21st November 2020 The government has just announced a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030. This news brings the deadline forward a whole ten years sooner than originally expected. Forming part of a new “green industrial revolution” to tackle climate change and generate much needed employment, the government is […]

Electric Miles welcomes the Ban on new petrol and diesel cars in UK from 2030 under PM’s green plan.

November 19, 2020

Date – 18th November 2020 The ban had been planned for 2040 but has been brought forward by a decade through Boris Johnson’s 10-point plan to tackle climate change. This is tremendous for the EV industry, and we welcome the law for the UK car market, and we will be ready to support millions of […]

Max Schulz joins as our first American Intern

October 19, 2020

Today we welcome Max, our first American intern – We are super excited to have you with us 🌎 🚘 🇺🇸 Max is a senior at the University of Oregon majoring in Advertising with an additional emphasis in marketing. To get to know Max we asked him: What do you find exciting about Electric Miles? […]

Electric Miles selected for the Founder Institute Accelerator Programme

October 8, 2020

7th October 2020:  It is with utter delight to announce that Electric Miles has been selected to participate in the prestigious Founder Institute Growth Track Accelerator programme starting today. It will be completely virtual where entrepreneurs will have access to the best of Silicon Valley to ensure we are solving the most difficult problems with […]

Electric Miles nominated for the Mobility Startup Awards

September 27, 2020

Proud for Electric Miles to be nominated on the final 7 startups at the fantastic automotiveEV platform. We were selected from a large list of applicants. These were the companies which were nominated for the final seven around the World: CAPSolar | Handl | elmo – EV subscriptions | Umazi Cindy van Niekerk | Airband Technologies | DazeTechnology srl | Electric Miles We wish all the companies the very best for […]

Electric Miles pledges on World EV Day – To electrify the transport network with cleaner and efficient energy!

September 9, 2020

September 9th 2020:  Today, we celebrate an inaugural World EV Day. Our pledge on EV Day: To electrify the transport network with clean and efficient energy.  World EV Day is a global movement, a day of celebration of emobility, and a day to shift the transition to sustainable transport with consumer, business and policy outcomes. […]

Mark Hardwick joins as our Full-stack Developer

September 3, 2020

Today we’d like to introduce you to Mark Hardwick who is our new full-stack developer. Mark started out his career on the Tesco graduate scheme as a backend developer in Java. He then became the first Tech hire for Ome, and later joined District Technologies as a full stack developer. In 2019 he started Designibl […]

Simon Frost joins as our CTO for Electric Miles

August 29, 2020

We are super EXCITED to announce Simon Frost has joined us as Chief Technology Officer. He has 20+ years experience in IoT, Cloud, web and mobile solutions and was CTO for many startups (Six3, BuffaloGrid, Ome) and Technical Architect for BBC iPlayer. While getting to know Simon we asked him: 1. What do you find exciting about […]

Electric Miles can help EV drivers save monies on your Home Electricity bills

August 8, 2020

Date: 7th Aug 2020 Electric Miles have now formed relationships with all major Energy Suppliers to integrate all the latest EV tariffs onto our platform. This means when EV driver registers on our platform, our AI-based tool will continuously CHECK, RECOMMEND and SWITCH to the cheapest energy tariff for your Home as well as EV.  […]

Electric Miles secures significant contract wins with UK Power Networks and Western Power Distribution as its growth continues

July 24, 2020

Date: 14th July 2020 Electric Miles has won two new contracts to provide Grid balancing flexibility services via the EV charging network for UK Power Networks and Western Power Distribution Electric Miles could deliver savings of up to 40% on each charge, as well as reducing the impact of mass EV charging on the Grid […]

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