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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...
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...
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...
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%.
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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