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John Lewis kick-starts furniture leasing trials as Ganni unveils rental-only collection

Department store John Lewis has launched a new furniture rental service, in the same week that luxury fashion brand Ganni debuted a new denim collection that is available to rent but not to purchase.

Why we need a human-centred approach for a successful energy transition

A transition often implies a need for various technological, regulatory and business developments - new business models, engineering advances and cheaper, greener solutions. However, it is often forgotten that it is people who are the real drivers behind any change.

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Black Friday is the antithesis of sustainable business, but there's an alternative

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The Zipcar e-Golfs are available as part of the firm’s pay-per-minute Flex service, which allows members to “drive and drop” cars for one-way trips within London

Zipcar's new London EV fleet clocks up 20,000 trips in three months

Car-sharing firm Zipcar has revealed that its customers have made more than 20,000 trips in its new London-based fleet of electric vehicles (EVs), three months after the fleet was launched.

Volkswagen launched “We Share” after its own research found that the uptake of on-demand vehicles in Europe is set to rise by 15% annually

Volkswagen to launch electric car sharing initiative in Berlin

Volkswagen has announced that it will launch a car-sharing pool of 2,000 fully electric vehicles in Berlin, in the same week that new research revealed that Europe-wide sales of new electric vehicles (EVs) grew by more than 40% in the first half of 2018.

The announcement comes as Zipcar starts to introduce the first of 325 shared Volkswagen e-Golfs to the streets of London

Zipcar unveils 2025 London EV car sharing vision

Zipcar UK has outlined its target to get 800,000 Londoners actively using 9,000 zero-emissions, shared cars in the capital by 2025.

According to a study by GM Insights, the global car-sharing market is expected to increase by one third annually between 2017 and 2034

Auto giants launch EV-sharing platform in China

Chinese ride-sharing firm Didi Chuxing (Didi) has partnered with 12 automakers, including Geely Auto and the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, to launch a new app-based, electric-vehicle-sharing platform.


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