All articles by Juan Destribats

Juan Destribats

Embracing transparency and eligibility in the car finance space

Gerardo Montoya, Managing Director at Experian UK&I, explores why transparency and eligibility is the key to a fairer future.

Van operators starting to “take hydrogen seriously”, says AFP

The move towards hydrogen was largely being prompted by the difficulties surrounding the adoption of electric vans in their current form.

Octopus Energy and Gett spark EV charging partnership for London’s black cabs 

App for public charging gives discounts to taxi drivers using Gett, including Source London and MFG EV Power charge points.

ZEV new car mandate could put used car market on a knife edge

New and nearly new EVs are being aggressively pushed into the market at the same time as consumer demand for used EVs remains limited.

Eatron Technologies and WMG, University of Warwick develop innovative battery health algorithms

Funding from the Faraday Institution brought the project forward by at least a year.

Used EVs prices given a welcome boost as market realigns in Q4 reports

In Q4 used EVs rose in price by 6.4% (£1,309) to £21,707 after five consecutive quarterly price falls.

2023 Unwrapped: A Year in Review for the EV market

Adam Hall, Director at Drax Electric Vehicles, explores the big themes that affected the EV market in 2023.

UK automotive industry vulnerability revealed

Aston University’s Centre for Business Prosperity warns that the UK faces falling behind in the electric vehicle (EV) revolution.

Difference between what motorists pay monthly and annually for car insurance grows to over £300 a year

Additional charges for spreading payments on a monthly basis increase customers’ costs further as interest rates of more than 30 per cent can be common.

Cars are getting 1 cm wider every two years

Over half of new vehicles are too wide for many on-street parking spaces, research shows.