COP26 spokesperson ‘doesn’t fancy an EV’ as much as her diesel car

Allegra Stratton said the recharging time is an obstacle for her long journeys

US plugs in $60m to help decarbonise transport sector

Transportation accounts for around 30% of total US energy needs and generates the largest share of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions

Hybrid cars frying to Europe?

Hybrid Toyota cars built in the UK are being transported to Europe using a train powered by vegetable oil

‘Government must ensure EV charging is convenient and inexpensive’

The Transport Committee has set out a series of recommendations for the government to follow if it is to deliver on its target of 100% of new vehicle sales being zero emission by 2035

Zero-emission road freight gets £20m boost

The funding has been provided to increase the uptake of zero-emission HGVs following the government’s recent transport decarbonisation plan

Is too much choice slowing the electrification revolution?

We all think we want more choice. But is the paradox of choice stopping fleet managers from making the switch to electric vehicles (EVs)?

Postman Pat goes electric!

Royal Mail says posties will be able to order only company electric vehicles (EVs) from 2025

Derby City Council drives green mobility with new partnership

The partnership aims to explore mobility products to support the local authority’s climate agenda

Transport company Go-Ahead commits to carbon-neutrality by 2045

It has set a target of reducing emissions by 75% by 2035 and achieving net zero emissions ten years later

‘UK’s first’ gigafactory greenlighted

Britishvolt’s factory in Northumberland is predicted to produce enough cells for approximately 300,000 EVs a year