The Nissan Leaf will see a range upgrade of 25 per cent thanks to the introduction of a new 30 kWh battery, which has the same exterior dimensions as the existing 24 kWh unit and a 21kg increase in weight.

Bus operators across England will be able to bid for a share of £5 million funding to fit buses with green technology and offer better journeys following the announcement of competition from the government.

Chargemaster has been listed in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list for the second year running.

Three companies have been awarded a share of a £25 million fund to develop greener fuel technology and boost local industry.

Toyota plans to have a strong hybrid presence at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with the new fourth generation Prius making its world debut.

Mobility solutions company Route Money will team up with Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh to create new algorithms to optimise the use of vans, trucks and passenger cars.

Nissan has announced that it will invest £100 million into its UK plant, which currently manufactures its electric LEAF model.

Tesla’s Powerwall has won the 2015 INDEX Award in the home category, earning the company €100,000 to invest in further development.

All HGVs that do not have basic safety equipment designed to protect and keep safe cyclists and pedestrians will be banned or fined under London’s ‘safer lorry scheme’.

Self driving pods are set to be trialled on footpaths across Central Milton Keynes to evaluate safety.


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