The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has called on the EU to introduce CO2 limits for heavy duty vehicles.

Nissan has become an official partner of the EU-backed Fast-E charging infrastructure project.

BMW North American has won a bid to supply 100 all-electric i3s to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has hinted the government is mulling tax rises for diesel in a move that would cease the promotion of diesel as a greener alternative to petrol.

Stoke-on-Trent City Council is set to invest £2.7 million in greener vehicles, including tippers, minibuses and mowers, in a bid to cut emissions.

Westminster City Council has unveiled a new char sharing scheme which will offer 40 hybrid electric vehicles (EVs) to car club members at a competitive price.

RDM Group has unveiled new driverless pods at the Automechanika show in Birmingham.

The CHAdeMO Association, who’s charging standard is used by manufacturers such as Kia, Mitsubishi, Nissan and PSA Group, has announced an amendment that could see EV charging speeds triple within the next year.

A report commissioned by the Institute of the Motor Industry, has warned the government that it will miss out on a £51 billion annual economy boost if does not make a £30 million investment in specialist electric and hybrid vehicle training for thousands of maintenance and repair technicians in the independent retail sector by 2020.

Mercedes-Benz has brought forward its plans for a range of new electric vehicles (EV).


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