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21 Sep 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
UK fuel prices at nationwide forecourts fell to their lowest levels reached since mid-May this week, according to weekly figures...
16 Sep 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Brussels-based NGO Transport & Environment has called for a fully zero-emission heavy-duty vehicle fleet by 2035 and a...
1 Sep 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has appointed Sigrid de Vries as its new...
17 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The Western Australian government has backed global energy company Woodside's plans to develop a hydrogen hub for...
16 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking input from small US businesses on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions...
11 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
UK fuel distributor Certas Energy has added hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to its refueling stations across the country...
9 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Ireland can make a meaningful switch to hydrogen in buses and heavy goods vehicles - but only if sufficient incentives such as contracts for difference are in place and other as well as other benefits already...
2 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Energy giant Royal Dutch Shell will build a hydrogen truck refuelling network in Shanghai together with Chinese state energy company Shenergy as...
29 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has warned that the UK government is failing to enact policies needed to achieve the country's net zero targets in a new...
27 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Five European Union member states have pushed back against the European Commission's proposed deadline for a ban on internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and...
21 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Sweden-based truck maker Volvo has started testing fuel cells in trucks powered by hydrogen, the company said this week, as understanding of the...
16 Jun 2022 | John McGarrity
The UK’s Department for Transport has set out what it sees as the challenges and priorities for the UK’s freight sector, including the transition to zero-carbon...
10 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Industry members and experts alike have highlighted the lack of hydrogen infrastructure for the transport sector as an obstacle to the green fuel's...
8 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
A combination of battery electric and hydrogen technologies will be needed in future to meet both transport emissions goals and...
7 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The European Commission's position taken last week on transport legislation, namely boosting charging infrastructure, falls short...
31 May 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
While the amount of vehicles on UK roads increased last year, car ownership numbers fell marking the first consecutive annual...
30 May 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Spanish major Repsol and Saudi Arabia's state energy company Saudi Aramco have partnered to develop a synthetic fuels plant in...
27 May 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The cost of charging an electric vehicle (EV) with a rapid charger has risen by a fifth since...
25 May 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Industry has called on the UK government to take action to combat ever-increasing petrol prices, which reached new record high levels on...
6 May 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
A continuous three month UK fuel price hike was finally brought to a halt in April as the average price of...
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