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Up to 35 public sector organisations are being invited to bid for £5m funding to deploy ultra-low emission vehicles on their fleets.
Nissan Motor Co. and NASA have announced the formation of a five-year research and development partnership to advance autonomous vehicle systems.
Audi have announced plans to introduce two battery-electric vehicles as part of a £1.5 billion investment.
What will 2015 bring the fleet car buyer? Next Green Car filters out the top ten low and zero‑emission offerings which should appearing at a showroom near you in the next 365 days...
DHL Supply Chain has released a paper examining how collaboration can benefit transport and logistics firms.
British Gas has shown its commitment to electric vehicles, taking on a fleet of Nissan e-NV200s following a successful trial during the winter of 2013.
From electric-vehicle vending machines, to battery-swopping taxis and electric HGVs, there are many examples of innovative ways to drive-forward electric mobility across the globe.
Following warnings of icy weather, the Institute of Advanced Motorist’s Peter Rodger offers driving tips for driving in wet, snowy and icy conditions.
Some may argue that there are too many heavy goods vehicles on European roads, causing pollution and congestion. But what would happen if all road freight operations stopped?
Angela Pisanu tests the technology-packed Lexus NX300h, a petrol-hybrid compact SUV with bold looks and low-emissions
Both chic and cutting-edge, the all-new Renault Twingo carries on from where the first generation left off.
With a high equipment count, low emissions and masses of interior space, the new Nissan Pulsar is a good value, clean family hatchback. But in which other areas does it shine?