UK offers £25m for green fuel projects

The UK green fuels industry is getting a boost, thanks to a £25 million fund. Businesses are being invited to bid for a share of the pot as part of a Department for Transport (DfT) competition.

Alphabet's AlphaElectric takes order for 738 EVs in first year

Business mobility specialist Alphabet has exceeded its 2014 target for electric vehicle orders by 24 per cent.

Osborne's Autumn Statement reveals measures that could benefit fleets

George Osborne's 2014 Autumn Statement revealed plans to invest in green transport and maintain fuel duty at current rates.


What winter means for electric vehicles

For the electric vehicle owner, winter brings with it extra uncertainty. What will my range be like? How will my car handle in snow and ice?

Debunking hydrogen myths

Henri Winand examines the myths around hydrogen energy and fuel-cell electric vehicles

The alternative motor show

The big news at the 2014 LA Auto Show was hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, with concept and production cars among the debutants

Awards for the 
green-minded fleet community

A look at the nominees and winners at this year’s GreenFleet Awards ceremony which took place at the Heritage Motor Centre on 30 October

Electric savings for Cornwall cab firm

Michelle Williams of Cornwall cab firm C&C Taxis talks about the benefits she has seen from introducing six electric vehicles into her fleet

Can you benefit from biomethane?

A look at the environmental and cost savings of using biomethane in transport


The 500 crosses over

Fiat has added another model to its ever-popular 500 brand – the 500X – a 5-door compact crossover that stays true to its iconic Italian roots. Angela Pisanu reports from Fiat’s proving ground in Balocco, Italy

No excess baggage

The latest addition to Volkswagen’s Caddy nameplate has low emissions and a host of environmentally-friendly features to focus it on economy. Richard Gooding tests the new small commercial entry to the BlueMotion family

One is the magic number

Few market segments are as fiercely competitive as that of the city car. A new version of Citroën’s C1 has arrived with bold styling, myriad personalisation options and updated tech.


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