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Audi, Mitsubishi and Volkswagen have joined the four existing Go Ultra Low campaign members - BMW, Nissan, Renault and Toyota - to help boost awareness of the benefits of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVS). Meanwhile, the latest figures show that EV sales are rising with the 25,000th plug-in car and plug-in van grant claim recently submitted since the scheme began in 2010. The growth has prompted revisions to the plug-in car scheme.
The Proving Factory, a strategic alliance between Productiv and Tata Steel, has opened for business with plants in Coventry and South Yorkshire. The initiative, opened by the Business Secretary Vince Cable at the Coventry site, was originally conceived and nurtured in the LowCVP's Innovation Working Group. It will take low carbon vehicle technologies developed by small high-tech British companies and university research departments, 'industrialise' and then produce them at ‘proving volumes’ of 10,000-20,000 units a year.