Wireless EV charging comes into reality

An energy company will charge a fleet of electric taxis wirelessly

New agreement signed for Europe’s ‘first’ lithium refinery

The production plant in Germany will have the capacity to produce 24,000 metric tons of battery-grade lithium hydroxide annually for the batteries of 500,000 EVs

Good Energy completes sale of its solar and wind portfolio

The sale, for up to £24.5m, will help fund the company’s shift to energy and mobility services

bp buys US EV fleet charging firm

The company aims to have a network of 70,000 EV charging points by 2030

Good Energy to sell its entire energy generation portfolio

The company said it will invest further in the electric vehicle mapping platform Zap-Map

‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered passenger train to make a debut on German tracks

The train is expected to start carrying passengers on a regular basis from next March

On your bike! Thames Water swaps diesel vans for vintage bicycles to cut emissions at Surrey site

The bikes had been found in storage at the site and were refurbished by a local shop – they now cover around five miles each day

Liverpool sees 222% rise in cycling since first lockdown, saving 6,313 tons of CO2

A new study has found cycling levels in ten of the UK’s biggest cities have increased by an average of 127% since May

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough appoint Voi for e-bike and e-scooter trial scheme

E-bikes are likely to be placed at rail stations, parks and bus stops while e-scooters will be trialled and monitored initially in Cambridge to assess how well they are operating

Cyclists generate ‘84% less CO2 each day than non-cyclists’

Car travelling is responsible for 70% of daily total mobility-related emissions, according to a new report