Volkswagen (VW) has agreed a $14.7 billion settlement with US Federal Regulators, private plaintiffs and 44 US States following the ‘dieselgate’ emissions scandal.

Volvo Trucks has developed a new concept vehicle, the Volvo Concept Truck, with support from the Swedish Energy Agency, which has cut fuel consumption by over 30 per cent.

Innovate UK is set to hold an event focused on disseminating the findings of its Low Carbon Truck Demonstration and exploring the future plans for low emission freight.

Fuel cell technology specialist Ceres Power is set to work with Nissan to develop a range extender for electric vehicles (EV).

An electric racing car built by a group of students in Switzerland has broken the world record for the fastest acceleration by a battery-powered vehicle.

Nel Hydrogen Solutions has entered into an agreement with the Swedish city of Mariestad for the sale and construction of a H2Station.

Volvo Car UK is increasing its popular Twin Engine range with the addition of a new V60 variant that continues to the company’s recent sales success.

Leading communications company Westbourne has been awarded funding to carry out feasibility studies on public perceptions of driverless vehicles.

Lancashire County Council has successfully bid for £14.8 million of government funding, of which part will be set aside for at least 150 new charging points.

A major concern within the fleet industry following the UK’s EU referendum decision is how the government will ensure that the transfer of goods in and out of Europe remains cost effective and feasible.


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