Workhorse showcases electric mobility offering in Manhattan

The vehicle manufacturer has unveiled a new personal ‘octocopter’ and an electric pickup truck

‘Too many green voices slowing UK public’s EV adoption’

Andy Eastlake, Managing Director of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, said this is slowing the uptake of clean cars

Majority of Londoners prefer electric taxis to diesel models

Energy firm ESB says the capital’s residents are interested in consciously reducing emissions

New UK road laws expected to enable autonomous driving and cut emissions

They will allow British drivers to use technology like remote control parking and motorway assist from next month

UK’s EV sales shoot up 11% year-on-year

Despite this advancement, the country’s low carbon transport is still lagging behind leaders China and Norway

Sparks fly in Sweden with new electric road

It aims to solve the problem of having to keep electric vehicles charged up and cut battery costs

Green bus’ range potential overtakes initial expectations

The electric bus used only half of its battery power to complete its 205-mile trip

New ‘fuel pump’ aims for holy trinity of clean transport

A new project in Germany aims to help develop a fuel filling station able to supply electric, methane and hydrogen-powered vehicles. Researchers at the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW) aim to develop a ‘fuel pump’ that can cater to a variety of alternatively-fuelled, low carbon transport technologies in the most efficient and […]

Battery specialist receives €55m funding for clean mobility

A French battery specialist has received €55 million (£48.7m) of financing to scale up its development of clean mobility solutions. Foresee Power expects the funding, which it received from the European Investment Bank, Mitsui & Co and Idinvest, to multiply its industrial capacities tenfold and accelerate the transition to low and zero emission public transport. […]

Ukrainian city’s metro gets €160m upgrade

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) are each providing a €160 million (£141m) loan to support the expansion of the metro system in Ukraine’s second largest city. The banks say the Kharkiv Metro will benefit from 3.5 kilometres of new line, two new stations, a modern depot […]