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14 Sep 2022 | John McGarrity
The European Parliament on Wednesday voted for proposals that renewables in transport should deliver a...
13 Sep 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
German engineering firm Siemens and national train provider Deutsche Bahn have made progress with their plans to...
12 Sep 2022 | John McGarrity
Five ‘supermajor’ oil companies are failing to 'walk the talk' on low carbon investments, according to a new report that has contrasted a perceived lack of spending by the big energy companies...
7 Sep 2022 | John McGarrity
The UK’s new prime minister has replaced secretaries of state in government departments that set policy on transport fuels and the...
5 Sep 2022 | John McGarrity
Danish energy technology company Topsoe late last week said it will begin construction of the world’s largest...
26 Aug 2022 | John McGarrity
California regulators have approved a ban on the sale of combustion-engine cars from 2035, a move that could have...
25 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The world's first passenger train running solely on hydrogen - the Coradia iLint - has started operations in...
17 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
The Western Australian government has backed global energy company Woodside's plans to develop a hydrogen hub for...
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 | John McGarrity
BP's electric charging supply division could start earning a profit soon after 2025, the company’s chief executive said in an earnings presentation on...
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...
1 Aug 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
UK energy major BP and Spanish energy giant Iberdrola will invest up to €1 billion ($1.02 billion) to develop charging...
26 Jul 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Estonia plans to develop a hydrogen 'valley' to boost use of the green fuel in the northern European country's transport...
13 Jul 2022 | John McGarrity
An influential committee of MEPs on Wednesday has backed proposals that the use of renewables in the transport sector should achieve a 16% reduction...
6 Jul 2022 | John McGarrity
Energy major Shell on Tuesday said it has taken a final investment decision to build what it says will be Europe’s...
5 Jul 2022 | John McGarrity
Switzerland-based Varo Energy on Tuesday said it would build new advanced biofuels production plants and repurpose existing...
30 Jun 2022 | John McGarrity
Nordic power utility Vattenfall and Finland-headquartered renewable fuels producer St1 on Thursday announced a tie-up on the possible large-scale production of electro fuels on Sweden’s...
28 Jun 2022 | John McGarrity
The European Council has set out various options aimed at giving the transport sector greater flexibility to meet its 2030 carbon reduction goals, including restoration of an overall volume-based target, multipliers for waste-based biofuels and electromobility...
27 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
German engineering firm Siemens has secured a deal to supply hydrogen-powered trains, which will be used for journeys within the Berlin-Brandenburg area of the northern European country.
23 Jun 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Finnish biofuels producer Neste and compatriot research and technology companyfirm VTT have made an agreement to build an e-fuels facility in...
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