Oxford is set to house one hundred new charging points, located in residential streets in order to make electric vehicle ownership possible for 16,000 extra homes.

Vehicle data specialist Cap has warned that calls to ban heavy lorries in city centres could backfire, increasing pollution levels by eight times the current rate.

Four UK cities have been awarded a total of £40 million to promote green vehicle technology after successfully bidding for a share of a multimillion fund created to support the take-up of plug-in electric cars.

Transport Minister Andrew Jones has called for better charging infrastructure across the UK to support the rising sales of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs).

Honda has released pricing details for its Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle, which will start at around $60,000 in the US.

Morgan Motor Company has been awarded £6 million worth of funding to lead a project to develop new powertrain technologies in the UK.

Japanese firm Nissan has announced it will be investing an additional £25 million in electric vehicle (EV) battery development at its manufacturing base in Sunderland.

UK manufacturer Tevva Motors has developed a new environmentally friendly, low emission solution for back-to-base fleets, which is currently being tested on UK roads.

Car sharing programme Co-wheels has added 20 electric Renault Zoes to its rental fleet across a number of its Scottish sites, including Aberdeen, Dumfries and Dundee.

The Fiat 500 range has been expanded further with the launch of its 1.3 litre 69 hp ‘Eco’, boasting a wide range of energy saving technologies.


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