To help address the air quality challenge for businesses in the South East, Certas Energy is hosting a one-day Clean Air Conference at the Port Lympne Hotel in Kent on 6 September.
Carmaker Hyundai is planning to produce an electric car that can travel up to 311 miles on a single charge.
Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have written to the government asking for answers over “holes in court-ordered plans to clean up illegal levels of air pollution”.
A double-decker bus powered by bio-methane is being trialled in Bristol by operator First West of England.
A fully-electric double decker bus is currently being trialled in Yorkshire as part of plans to lower emissions.
Ryder Systems has announced that the firm will become the exclusive sales and channel partner for California-based medium-duty electric vehicle company Chanje.
Deutsche Post DHL Group and Ford have unveiled their jointly produced e-van in Germany.
Plans for the creation of refuelling and recharging stations for low emission vehicles in the Czech Republic have been given the go ahead by the European Commission.
Over 150 electric vehicle charge points are set to be installed across Richmond as part of plans to make electric vehicles more practical.
Germany is considering putting a ban on the sale of new diesel cars in the future, similar to those confirmed in Britain and France.
An overhead EV charger is set to be installed on the Autobahn in Germany in order to supply power to electrified trucks.
Electric charge point provider Chargemaster has extended the operating hours of its customer services team.
Nissan has entered into a sale and purchase agreement with GSR Capital for the sale of its electric battery operations and production facilities.
Twenty new Solaris Bus & Coach Urbino vehicles have been distributed in Krakow, extending the city’s investment in electric buses.
Warner Leisure Hotels now has free-to-use Rolec EV charge points at all of its UK hotels.
The East Midlands Ambulance Service will be attended emergencies in Nottingham’s city centre in an electric BMW as part of a trial.
WirtschaftsWoche magazine claims the inspections were prompted by emissions test data that could indicate the use of such devices.