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15 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK government's Transport Select Committee will assess the case both for and against road pricing as a means to make up...
14 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Some rail freight operators are having to switch away from electric trains and return to diesel-powered engines, as surging...
13 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Record electric vehicle sales have been offset by increased coal and oil use so far in 2021, which have led to...
12 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
UK start-up Zest has been awarded £30 million to boost the domestic electric vehicle charging infrastructure network, as the...
11 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
Biofuels consumption fell by just 1.5% in 2020 in the EU’s 27 member states despite the impact of the Covid-19 on fuel...
5 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
New battery electric vehicle (BEV) car registrations recorded their best monthly performance ever in September, according to figures...
1 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A global semi-conductor chip shortage has hit car production in the UK, where the number of units plummeted by 27% in...
30 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
A reported surge in interest in electric vehicles (EVs) prompted by the ongoing UK fuel supply crisis is unlikely to result in a...
29 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK government has launched a consultation to consider new technologies for future transport, which will look closely at...
28 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) has urged the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to place greater emphasis on the role of ethanol in...
22 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
UK transport secretary Grant Shapps has highlighted the importance of a combination of...
22 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
'Range anxiety' - the fear that a battery car may run out of charge before reaching a destination - remains the top...
16 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US president Joe Biden has promised to lower costs of US electric vehicles as the country looks to decarbonize transport and...
13 Sep 2021 | John McGarrity
The Dutch government last week launched a consultation on reforms rules for renewable fuels supply that will have some...
9 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Up to 10 European countries lack a single electric vehicle (EV) charging point per 100 kilometres of road, further highlighting a lack of sufficient infrastructure to support the region’s plans to electrify transport.
6 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
UK energy regulator Ofgem has launched a strategy to bring down charging costs for electric vehicle (EV) users as part of a wider effort to ease the nation’s switch away from combustion cars.
1 Sep 2021 | John McGarrity
Energy major Shell aims to have 50,000 on-street electric vehicle (EV) charge posts installed across the UK by the end of 2025 through its subsidiary Ubitricity, the company said on September 1.
1 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The long-anticipated launch of the higher E10 petrol grade in UK forecourts on September 1 is expected to boost national biofuels production and cut transport CO2 emissions by 750,000 tonnes per year, the UK government has announced.
31 Aug 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK government’s planned move towards electric vehicles (EVs) could result in higher congestion due to low charging costs as well as up to £30 billion in revenue losses, a new report from former prime minister Tony Blair's think tank shows.
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...
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