‘Road plans will stop net zero target’

Groups claim that new roads will lead to more pollution from vans and hybrid cars, which were previously overlooked

‘Government must invest in clean fuels for transport’

That’s the view from a cross-party committee advising on future steps

‘Half of the UK’s farmland would be needed for Jet Zero’

Or the country would need double its renewable electricity capacity, a report claims

Geographic disparities remain in UK’s EV charging rollout

Experts have warned that the government needs to increase the rate of public EV charger installations by 245% every month to hit its targets

York secures £8.4m electric bus boost

The city will add 44 electric buses to its zero-emission fleet

Russian LNG tankers set for Kent despite ban

Unison claims two Russian vessels carrying liquified natural gas will land in Rochester this weekend

UK’s jet zero takes off with winner announcement of green flight competition

Winners include wireless charging solution for airplanes and swappable airplane battery packs

Government launches review to ensure rail air quality is on track

It follows research on six types of train, which found air quality levels on some trains, while operating under diesel power, is ‘poorer than desired’

Government backs ‘world’s first’ green submarine

The green-hydrogen powered vessels are designed to be ‘net positive’ and will collect microplastics from oceans while transporting cargo between Glasgow and Belfast

EV chargers to be ‘preset not to work on peak hours to help the grid’

EV chargers at homes and offices will reportedly be preset to switch off for nine hours each weekday