Hydrogen Hub launches in Oxfordshire

The Oxfordshire Hydrogen Hub has been launched which aims to bring together local stakeholders and the hydrogen and fuel cell industry to develop projects that meet the local energy needs of the community.

 Family-owned timber firm to use CNG truck

Timber and building materials merchant Lawsons has taken of a compressed natural gas Iveco truck at the LoCITY Fuels in Action Roadshow.

The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has announced its first ever three-year strategic work programme at a Parliamentary reception to mark the organisation’s 15 year anniversary.

Kent County Council launches seven-week electric bus trial

Kent County Council has launched its OppCharge Electric Bus Trial as part of plans to improve air quality.

Chargemaster expands POLAR network

Members of the POLAR network, which is run by Chargemaster, also have access to 18 rapid chargers within two miles of the M25,

Skanska has EV charge points

Skanska has had 67 EV charge points installed at its Hertfordshire HQ, which is believed to be one of the largest single-site chargepoint installation to date in Europe.

Gatwick airport to trial autonomous shuttle vehicles

A trial of electric-powered autonomous vehicles will soon shuttle workers at Gatwick airport between popular locations on the airfield.

 London reaches milestone of 100 rapid charging points across the capital

A new network of rapid charge points for electric vehicles across the capital has been launched by London’s mayor Sadiq Khan.

 Zap-Map integrates London’s TfL EV rapid charging network

With the launch of Transport for London’s (TfL) EV rapid charger network including taxi only chargers, Zap-Map has announced that all charge points are available to find across its desktop and app

Volvo to unveil electric semi truck

Volvo Trucks is set to unveil its new electric semi truck at the IFAT in May.


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