Lindsay Wallace, CEO of Forev. Image: Forev. The Scottish National Investment Bank is aiming to help address the lack of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in Scotland with an investment of £2m. The funding is for electric vehicle charging company Forev, to support its ambitions to create a network of
The Scottish National Investment Bank has invested £ 2million in the owner and operator of the Forev electric vehicle charging network to help address Scotland’s lack of charging infrastructure. The capital investment will support the company’s ambition to create a network of more than 1,700 electric vehicle charging points on
While many people plan to witness the transition to net zero, decarbonizing transportation is one of the most important and difficult factors in achieving it. There are good incentives to encourage consumers to switch to electric vehicles and purchasing costs are plummeting, but access to charging points remains a barrier
THE frontrunner in the race to become the leader of the second largest union in the UK has made it clear that a second independence referendum concerns people living in Scotland. Steve Turner is the left-wing favorite to succeed Len McCluskey as general secretary of Unite, which represents the interests
On Monday, England is preparing to end all legal, social and economic restrictions linked to the Covid, thus clearly breaking with Scotland. While in the south sites closed since the start of the pandemic, such as nightclubs, are expected to reopen, Scotland is taking a more measured approach to reopening.
Susan Morrison isn’t a fan of socks with sandals (Photo: Tristan Fewings / Getty Images) In the 1970s, Scotland transformed its fashionable team into micro-mini sports shorts. These young men risked their chances of fatherhood whenever they found themselves on uneven ground. I think I remember we got yelled at
Police Scotland have launched an investigation into the finances of the ruling Scottish National Party following allegations that it spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on a future independence referendum for other purposes. The allegations highlight tensions within the Scottish independence movement over what some supporters see as the failure
COMMUNITY spirit united Scots as they came together to celebrate the first national ‘Thank You Day’. The meaning of the celebrations was to say thank you to all the people who are helping others through the pandemic. Multiple activities such as tartan tea parties, get-togethers and picnics were organized to