Human waste powered 'Bio-Bus' hits the roads

A bus powered entirely by human waste and food leftovers has taken to the road in a first for the UK.

Toyota unveils hydrogen-powered car

Toyota has unveiled the first mass-market hydrogen fuel cell car, which will start selling in Japan next month and in the US and Europe in 2015.

£1bn 'future cars' centre opens

A £1 billion centre for research into the cars of the future has been opened by Business Secretary Vince Cable.


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

Ten tips for effective fleet management

James Langley of the Institute of Car Fleet Management shares ten tips for running an efficient fleet

Load-up on information

FIAG’s Jeffrey Bray talks about how technology can give organisations the information they need to make cost‑saving decisions

Reporting from Rockingham

This year’s event boasted the largest number of exhibitors and green vehicles in the history of the event


Range extender

The award-winning all-electric Renault Kangoo Z.E has been revised. Richard Gooding finds out if the small French LCV can handle longer journeys as well as the shorter distance trips it may be more used to

A real-world mpg hero

The Civic Tourer 1.6 i-DTEC came out top in the 2014 MPG Marathon, an annual real-world fuel efficiency test over 330 miles. Angela Pisanu gets behind the wheel to see just how frugal it is

Chatty van

Over 2.5 million Citroën Berlingos have been sold since 1996. GreenFleet examines the qualities of the small French panel van


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