Will Tees Valley become the UK’s hydrogen capital?

Trials of diesel bus retrofits and NHS hydrogen vehicles have secured a share of a £2.5m government funding

Surrey Police seizes the goods to reach net zero by 2030

The force is aiming to decarbonise its buildings and transport fleet on its route to carbon-neutrality

Ricardo and EMEC team up to boost Isle of Wight hydrogen production

The project could produce hydrogen used by ferry and bus companies, the rail network, vehicles and marine applications

Water industry promises action plan to achieve 2030 net zero goal

It is working with international consultancies Ricardo and Mott MacDonald to develop the plan detailing the measures the sector will deploy to achieve the target

UK opens £10m vehicle emissions research hub

A £10 million Vehicle Emissions Research Centre (VERC) has officially been opened in the UK. Engineering company Ricardo owns the facility, located in Shoreham-by-Sea, which aims to enable the development of clean and low carbon vehicles. The VERC will test small passenger cars to light trucks of up to three tonnes including advanced technology hybrid electric […]

“Smoothing” traffic slashes bus emissions

Smoothing out traffic flow could dramatically slash emissions from public buses. Buses in Brighton were fitted with emissions monitoring boxes and tested on multiple trips in normal traffic during business and shopping hours. While passengers weren’t on the buses, they were weighted with ballast and stopped at regular bus stops as if on a normal […]