Cutting road transport emissions ‘remains a significant challenge’

The Office for National Statistics says greenhouse gas emissions from the sector still made up around a fifth of the UK’s total emissions in 2017

Could car parks be the electric mobility centres of the future?

German energy firm innogy and car park operator APCOA think so – they have signed a declaration of intent to jointly develop relevant solutions

Emissions from China’s urban passenger transport ‘could peak as soon as 2020’

New research from the Beijing Institute of Technology suggests this could only happen so soon if the mode share of public transport could be further increased

Economics of petrol and diesel vehicles in ‘relentless and irreversible decline’

That’s the damning verdict from French bank BNP Paribas, which says in terms of transport, the economics of renewables are now impossible for oil to compete with

Fully upgradable and recyclable EV zooms into pre-order phase

Estonian startup Nobe claims its bite-sized electric car is the most sustainable on the market

Hydrogen ferry to hit the San Francisco bay in trials later this year

The companies behind the low carbon vessel say commercial operations are expected to begin as early as 2020

UK awards £23m boost for EV battery technologies

The government is offering a share of the funding to businesses ranging from small designers to major car manufacturers

What’s the cheapest country to run an EV?

A new set of statistics calculated by Compare the Market suggests it might be the South American nation of Chile

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US awards nearly $10m to clean up polluting school buses

The US Environmental Protection Agency is providing the funding to help make older diesel models up to 90% cleaner

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Hydrogen bus drives for 350 zero-emission miles

Bus manufacturer New Flyer says its fuel cell-electric vehicle exceeded its 300-mile performance target by 17% without refuelling