Alexandra Chapman

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.
Renewable fuels have accounted for 5% of total road and non-road mobile machinery fuel for the first five months of 2021, down from 6% a year earlier....
6 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A well noted decline in diesel usage in cars in the UK – dubbed ‘dieselgate’ - as the country moves towards meeting emissions...
6 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Battery electric vehicle (BEVs) will now account for a larger 9.5% of total new car registrations in 2021, according to the UK...
5 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A group of 13 MPs, many of them on the right-wing of the UK's ruling Conservative Party, have called on government...
4 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has pledged around $34 million to fund projects focused on the development of biomass or feedstocks, for use as fuel in sea and air transport.
3 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK’s largest rail freight operator DB Cargo will transport hybrid cars manufactured in the UK to continental Europe via an eco-locomotive powered by used vegetable oil for the first time.
3 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Electric vehicle (EV) chargers could pose a risk to the stability of the power grid, security researchers Pen Test Partners (PTP) have revealed.
3 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Germany has reached its goal of one million operational electric vehicles on national roads, the German ministry for...
3 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
European tariffs on imports of US biodiesel will remain in place for an additional five years, the European Commission said on...
3 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s climate spokesperson Allegra Stratton has disclosed that she is not yet ready to own an...
30 Jul 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Italian energy major Eni and German chemicals manufacturer BASF will work together to decarbonise the transportation sector...
29 Jul 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
French utility EDF and Japanese carmarker Nissan have launched a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charging service for UK electric vehicles in an effort to meet decarbonisation targets and lower costs.
28 Jul 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The Transport Select Committee of MPs has called on the UK government to provide transparency on its spending priorities for funds ring-fenced for the development of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
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