Travel Writing and Editorial

The sky’s the limit. More and more people are turning to electric transport in all its diversity. The days when electric cars were simply too expensive to afford are a thing of the past. A fall in the price of EVs combined with innovative financing schemes mean that electric mobility is as affordable as traditional gasoline and diesel-fuelled vehicles.

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Electric bikes are a great option for those who either cannot drive a car, or can’t afford to “go electric” at this stage. A good electric bike opens up new horizons in travel, and if a new bike is beyond your budget, there are now viable ways to add a battery to your existing road bike. It’s also possible to buy good second-hand and reconditioned e-bicycles.

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Travel Writing

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TRAVEL WRITING

The last few decades have seen a profound shift in public attitudes to energy. Nowhere has this been felt more keenly than in the transport sector.

People have abandoned the gas guzzlers of the last century. More and more drivers are discovering electric mobility: from e-bikes and scooters to electric cars, trucks and buses.

I’ve worked as an energy journalist and analyst throughout my career, writing about everything from oil and gas to battery materials. I’ve also sidelined as a travel writer, contributing to magazines and guidebooks. I am as passionate about travel as I am about the environment.

In recent years, I’ve become convinced that e-mobility is crucial for a sustainable future on planet earth. But I’ve also realised the need for sustainable tourism, and EVs are among the only eco-friendly travel options. That’s why I’ve called this website “Travel Is Electric”.  

I bought an electric bike for my 61st birthday, now referred to fondly as Olive (after my gran and a vague desire for world peace). Hopping on for the first time in decades was a big challenge, but now I am hooked.

I am planning several long journeys around the UK and Europe on my e-bike, and will buy an electric campervan when I can afford it. Please join me in my e-journeys. Follow me on Twitter @easywheeling and check out the Social Media links elsewhere in this website.

Do feel free to comment on any of my blog updates, and to get in touch if you want to discuss @easywheeling. 

Travel Writing

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TRAVEL WRITING

The last few decades have seen a profound shift in public attitudes to energy. Nowhere has this been felt more keenly than in the transport sector.

People have abandoned the gas guzzlers of the last century. More and more drivers are discovering electric mobility: from e-bikes and scooters to electric cars, trucks and buses.

I’ve worked as an energy journalist and analyst throughout my career, writing about everything from oil and gas to battery materials. I’ve also sidelined as a travel writer, contributing to magazines and guidebooks. I am as passionate about travel as I am about the environment.

In recent years, I’ve become convinced that e-mobility is crucial for a sustainable future on planet earth. But I’ve also realised the need for sustainable tourism, and EVs are among the only eco-friendly travel options. That’s why I’ve called this website “Travel Is Electric”.  

I bought an electric bike for my 61st birthday, now referred to fondly as Olive (after my gran and a vague desire for world peace). Hopping on for the first time in decades was a big challenge, but now I am hooked.

I am planning several long journeys around the UK and Europe on my e-bike, and will buy an electric campervan when I can afford it. Please join me in my e-journeys. Follow me on Twitter @easywheeling and check out the Social Media links elsewhere in this website.

Do feel free to comment on any of my blog updates, and to get in touch if you want to discuss @easywheeling. 

Editorial

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TRAVEL WRITING

The last few decades have seen a profound shift in public attitudes to energy. Nowhere has this been felt more keenly than in the transport sector.

People have abandoned the gas guzzlers of the last century. More and more drivers are discovering electric mobility: from e-bikes and scooters to electric cars, trucks and buses.

I’ve worked as an energy journalist and analyst throughout my career, writing about everything from oil and gas to battery materials. I’ve also sidelined as a travel writer, contributing to magazines and guidebooks. I am as passionate about travel as I am about the environment.

In recent years, I’ve become convinced that e-mobility is crucial for a sustainable future on planet earth. But I’ve also realised the need for sustainable tourism, and EVs are among the only eco-friendly travel options. That’s why I’ve called this website “Travel Is Electric”.  

I bought an electric bike for my 61st birthday, now referred to fondly as Olive (after my gran and a vague desire for world peace). Hopping on for the first time in decades was a big challenge, but now I am hooked.

I am planning several long journeys around the UK and Europe on my e-bike, and will buy an electric campervan when I can afford it. Please join me in my e-journeys. Follow me on Twitter @easywheeling and check out the Social Media links elsewhere in this website.

Do feel free to comment on any of my blog updates, and to get in touch if you want to discuss @easywheeling. 

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TRAVEL WRITING

The last few decades have seen a profound shift in public attitudes to energy. Nowhere has this been felt more keenly than in the transport sector.

People have abandoned the gas guzzlers of the last century. More and more drivers are discovering electric mobility: from e-bikes and scooters to electric cars, trucks and buses.

I’ve worked as an energy journalist and analyst throughout my career, writing about everything from oil and gas to battery materials. I’ve also sidelined as a travel writer, contributing to magazines and guidebooks. I am as passionate about travel as I am about the environment.

In recent years, I’ve become convinced that e-mobility is crucial for a sustainable future on planet earth. But I’ve also realised the need for sustainable tourism, and EVs are among the only eco-friendly travel options. That’s why I’ve called this website “Travel Is Electric”.  

I bought an electric bike for my 61st birthday, now referred to fondly as Olive (after my gran and a vague desire for world peace). Hopping on for the first time in decades was a big challenge, but now I am hooked.

I am planning several long journeys around the UK and Europe on my e-bike, and will buy an electric campervan when I can afford it. Please join me in my e-journeys. Follow me on Twitter @easywheeling and check out the Social Media links elsewhere in this website.

Do feel free to comment on any of my blog updates, and to get in touch if you want to discuss @easywheeling. 

Copy-Writing

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TRAVEL WRITING

The last few decades have seen a profound shift in public attitudes to energy. Nowhere has this been felt more keenly than in the transport sector.

People have abandoned the gas guzzlers of the last century. More and more drivers are discovering electric mobility: from e-bikes and scooters to electric cars, trucks and buses.

I’ve worked as an energy journalist and analyst throughout my career, writing about everything from oil and gas to battery materials. I’ve also sidelined as a travel writer, contributing to magazines and guidebooks. I am as passionate about travel as I am about the environment.

In recent years, I’ve become convinced that e-mobility is crucial for a sustainable future on planet earth. But I’ve also realised the need for sustainable tourism, and EVs are among the only eco-friendly travel options. That’s why I’ve called this website “Travel Is Electric”.  

I bought an electric bike for my 61st birthday, now referred to fondly as Olive (after my gran and a vague desire for world peace). Hopping on for the first time in decades was a big challenge, but now I am hooked.

I am planning several long journeys around the UK and Europe on my e-bike, and will buy an electric campervan when I can afford it. Please join me in my e-journeys. Follow me on Twitter @easywheeling and check out the Social Media links elsewhere in this website.

Do feel free to comment on any of my blog updates, and to get in touch if you want to discuss @easywheeling. 

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TRAVEL WRITING

The last few decades have seen a profound shift in public attitudes to energy. Nowhere has this been felt more keenly than in the transport sector.

People have abandoned the gas guzzlers of the last century. More and more drivers are discovering electric mobility: from e-bikes and scooters to electric cars, trucks and buses.

I’ve worked as an energy journalist and analyst throughout my career, writing about everything from oil and gas to battery materials. I’ve also sidelined as a travel writer, contributing to magazines and guidebooks. I am as passionate about travel as I am about the environment.

In recent years, I’ve become convinced that e-mobility is crucial for a sustainable future on planet earth. But I’ve also realised the need for sustainable tourism, and EVs are among the only eco-friendly travel options. That’s why I’ve called this website “Travel Is Electric”.  

I bought an electric bike for my 61st birthday, now referred to fondly as Olive (after my gran and a vague desire for world peace). Hopping on for the first time in decades was a big challenge, but now I am hooked.

I am planning several long journeys around the UK and Europe on my e-bike, and will buy an electric campervan when I can afford it. Please join me in my e-journeys. Follow me on Twitter @easywheeling and check out the Social Media links elsewhere in this website.

Do feel free to comment on any of my blog updates, and to get in touch if you want to discuss @easywheeling.