Alexandra Chapman

26 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Spain's largest fuels producer Repsol has produced the country’s first waste-based biojet fuel for use in aviation.
25 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US ethanol production continued tumbling last week, falling to 933,000 barrels per day in the week ending August 20, data published by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed on Wednesday.
25 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Stock market-listed sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) project developer Velocys will supply technology to Japan’s Toyo...
24 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Argentina’s biodiesel exports will grow by 63% from levels recorded in 2020 to 1.1 billion litres this year on the back of...
24 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The fast-approaching COP26 climate talks to be held later this year must establish a clearer role for hydrogen in the energy...
23 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A shortage of lithium – a key component of the widely used lithium-ion battery in electric vehicles (EVs) – could hamper the...
21 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A regulation that will make the sale of E10 petrol a requirement in UK petrol stations from September will put consumers unable...
19 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A group of seven UK firms have joined together to develop solid-state batteries (SSBs) for use in electric vehicles, as the UK looks towards reducing...
18 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US ethanol production has fallen for a sixth consecutive week, shrinking to 973,000 barrels per day in the week ending August...
18 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US developer Strategic Biofuels says it has made significant gains in its plans to develop a carbon negative renewable diesel facility reliant on forestry waste as a feedstock, after reporting a successful carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) test.
18 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US biofuels lobbies have filed a petition to overturn a recent decision in a US appeals court that curtails...
17 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK government has re-affirmed its pledge to decarbonise transport via a number of schemes and funding of up to £183...
17 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Germany's greenhouse gas emissions will increase by 6% in 2021, leading the country to miss its 2020 climate target once...
17 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK will launch its first hydrogen transport pilot after awarding research & development funds to a number of firms, as part of a wider plan to phase out diesel vehicles and decarbonise transport.
12 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
New data from the Spanish Association of Automobile and Truck Manufacturers (ANFAC) highlights a year-on-year increase in electric vehicle registrations in Spain in July of just under 20%, while petrol PHEV registrations grew by almost 66%.
11 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US ethanol production fell below 1 million barrels per day in the week to August 6 to 986,000, according to data published by...
11 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Kanazawa University's Institute of Science and Engineering in Japan has made advances in technology used to breakdown plant cellulose, which could improve biomass-related biofuel production.
10 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The scale up of new renewable electricity capacity will be key for the deployment of electrolysis and delivery of green hydrogen supply chains in the UK, the Zemo Partnership has said.
9 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A scheme introduced by BMW in the UK to reward plug-in hybrid car (PHEV) users with free charging credits for each electric mile driven will not be a viable method of cutting emissions from cars...
9 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has criticised a recent All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) report for 'Fair Fuel for UK motorists and UK Hauliers”, claiming that reports such as these have contributed to inaction in the UK’s largest greenhouse gas emitting sector: transport.
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