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Cycling machines put a new spin on sustainability

A 50-minute spin class with 10 participants can generate up to 3,300 watts of power

London mayor urges councils to ditch fossil fuels

The London Pension Fund Authority has only 2% of its entire holdings invested in fossil fuel companies

London mayor launches network of EV rapid chargers

Transport for London has worked with suppliers over the last six months to install 100 rapid charge points

Electric black cabs hit London roads

The greener vehicles are expected to help black cab drivers save money on fuel and running costs compared to polluting diesel taxis

London tops global green finance rankings

The new Global Green Finance Index found financial centres in Western Europe outperformed those in other regions

World’s first energy storage fund seeks to raise £100m

Private equity firm Gore Street Capital is seeking to raise £100 million from the initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange

Siemens to develop software for London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone

The passing of highly polluting vehicles in designated areas will be monitored and vehicles that don’t meet the emission standards will be identified

Tax break for black cabs to drive switch to electric

It will come into force this April, a year earlier than initially planned

Utility firms face £2,500 a day fine for peak time roadworks

Councils will be given the power to charge utility companies up to £2,500 a day for digging up the busiest roads at peak times. The Department for Transport said lane rental schemes, which have been trialled in Kent and London, have helped to significantly reduce delays and could now be rolled out nationwide. The aim […]