Forty battery-powered Peugeot's hit the streets of Glasgow
Forty battery-powered Peugeot 207 cars and Peugeot Eurobus taxis will be used in Glasgow over the next two years in a trial.
This is a test by a group including power companies and teaching groups, including the Scottish Government to see how well low-carbon vehicles proform in the city.
The electric cars have been developed by Allied Vehicles in Glasgow and have batteries supplied by Axeon of Dundee.
Glasgow City Council, ScottishPower, Strathclyde University and Scottish Enterprise are also part of the consortium.
The funding came from the Technology Strategy Board, as part of a government project testing low-carbon vehicles.