CO2 targets for trucks must be ‘achievable in practice’ warns ACEA

According to estimations, at least 6,000 high-power charging points for electric trucks (DC >500 kW) would be needed along EU motorways by 2025/2030.

263 new ultra-low emission buses to be introduced

A £48 million investment OLEV will fund hydrogen and electric vehicles and infrastructure

Autonomous Vehicle Trials code of practice to be beefed up

The government has announced that advanced trials of autonomous vehicles will not be supported unless they have passed rigorous safety assessments.

BMW's iNEXT electric takes winter tests

Test drives being conducted on snow-covered roads and ice-covered lakes

Transport emissions static despite overall drop

Sector remains the UK's largest generator of greenhouse gases at 27 per cent

AFVs increase market share to 6.8 per cent, reports SMMT

161,013 new cars were registered for use on UK roads, with trends in fuel choice seen last year continuing in the first month of 2019.

Petrol and diesel prices drop for third consecutive month

Data from RAC Fuel Watch shows the UK came down by 1.32p to 120.92p, while diesel dropped 1.27p to 130.01p.

Acquisition gives electric-car maker short-term energy storage technology which Elon Musk says is “a key to the future of electric cars”.

EV100 report charts business progress in switching to EVs

New report examines 23 member organisations’ EV commitments, including LeasePlan's pledge to achieve net zero emissions across its fleet of 1.8 million vehicles

CityMakers Program aims to identify obstacles to new forms of mobility while designing concrete solutions to overcome them.


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