NEL Fuel AS has signed an agreement with Uno-X to rollout a minimum of 20 hydrogen refuelling stations throughout Norway.

With focus on the Tesla Model X due to intensify with its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the electric vehicle manufacturer revealed its European pricing.

As part of its commitment to reduce carbon from its road freight, the Royal Mail has signed up to the Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme (LCRS).

At its annual press conference on 3 March, German manufacturer Audi announced plans to invest more than 2.3 billion in the development of electric cars and connected systems.

The latest figures from the annual CO2 analysis carried out by Jato Dynamics shows that the average CO2 emissions produced by new vehicles across Europe has fallen by 3.2 per cent to 119.2g/km.

McLaren Automotive has announced a £1 billion expansion plan that will include hybrid technology among up to 15 new models.

Morgan Motors has unveiled its first production electric vehicle (EV) at the Geneva Motor Show in the form of its three wheeled EV3.

Independent Italian car design firm Pininfarina unveiled its H2 Speed hydrogen powered supercar at the Geneva Motor Show.

Volkswagen (VW) CEO Matthias Müller has confirmed that the group aims to produce a radical new electric vehicle (EV), capable of travelling of 300 miles on a single 15 minute charge, according to a report from Auto Car.

According to Transport Minister Andrew Jones, a £650,000 programme has been introduced to re-test cars which were affected by the Volkswagen (VW) emissions scandal.


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