UK’s ultra low emission vehicles hit half-a-million milestone

SMMT figures show nearly one-in-seven new cars sold in 2021 so far have a plug

Who pays for our roads when petrol and diesel cars go?

Claire Haigh, CEO of Greener Transport Solutions and Executive Director of the Transport Knowledge Hub, spoke to ELN about a proposed road charging scheme

Manufacturers ‘call on government to push the petrol and diesel ban back until 2035’

Carmakers have reportedly asked for a more ‘realistic’ phase-out date

IKEA customers in the UK offered vouchers in exchange for their old furniture

The so-called buyback scheme aims to reduce the amount of waste going to landfills and support the retail giant’s carbon goals

UK wind power breaks new record on Bank Holiday

Wind farms generated a new high of 17.6GW providing almost half of Britain’s electricity on Monday afternoon

Dogger Bank launches ‘world’s first’ unmanned offshore HVDC substation

The facility is predicted to save hundreds of millions of pounds in costs

Saudi developer seals deal to build 1.5GW wind farm in Uzbekistan

Once commissioned, the project will cover the power needs of four million households

‘Pay-per-mile charging is good as long we have the right roads and it doesn’t disincentivise EV takeup’

That’s the suggestion of motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson who spoke to ELN about the benefits of a proposed road pricing scheme

Will London be the home of sustainable 2036 Olympic Games?

The Mayor of London has pledged to explore bringing the event back to London if re-elected on Thursday

Demand for heat pumps ‘skyrockets 28% in 2021’

Almost 57% of Brits want to be more eco-friendly, according to a new report