Van drivers will be able to operate heavier electric or gas-powered vehicles without having to apply for a new licence, as part of moves to improve air quality in towns and cities across the country.

The recall of 22,000 Porsche’s has been announced by Germany’s transport minister in order to remove what is believed to be illegal emissions-controlling software.

The Royal Mail has signed an agreement with Peugeot to purchase 100 electric vans to be used as delivery vehicles.

POLAR and Charge Your Car networks switch to 100 per cent renewable electricity

More than 5,600 public charging points operated by Chargemaster will be using renewable energy by August 1st.

Local Authorities to lead on tackling disel emissions

Local Authorities are tasked with playing a leading role in the UK Government’s plan to tackle roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations and improve air quality, announced yesterday.

Hydrogen filling station deal agreed for Riversimple trials

French hydrogen refuelling manufacturer McPhy will supply Welsh car firm Riversimple with a refuelling station for trials in later this year.

UK commercial vehicle manufacturing drops despite strong exports

According to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, British commercial vehicle manufacturing declined dropped 4.7% to 7,324 units in June 2017. Year-to-date figures are also down -8.1% to 43,782.

BMW Group announces next electrification steps

The BMW Group has revealed that the new battery-electric MINI will go into production in 2019, adding a full electric drivetrain to the MINI range.

Mercedes-Benz to enter Formula E in 2019

Dr Jens Thiemer: "Formula E is a significant step in order to demonstrate the performance of our intelligent battery-powered electric vehicles"

Britain to ban sale of diesel and petrol vehicles from 2040

Plans echo French commitment to improve air quality by taking diesel and petrol cars off the road


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