Innovate UK has launched a new study setting out what the UK transport system may look like in 2050 and the likely steps to achieving it.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to account for more than one-in-six new cars acquired in 2021.
The Government has published its formal response to the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) 2019 study on the future of freight.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points in the UK could be set to become as recognisable as the red post box and black cab from 2022.
Smart Transport member CNG Fuels has opened a biomethane refuelling station in Newark, Nottinghamshire, which is the first to serve the north-east region.
Power cuts could be seen in parts of the country, unless charging habits change or the National Grid is strengthened, MPs on the transport committee have warned.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging point provision is preventing more people from adopting EVs, according to business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng.
The Government has announced a £20 million fund for zero-emission road freight projects, including feasibility studies into electric road systems and hydrogen fuel cell trucks.
Some parts of UK’s charging infrastructure are facing problems which could impact 2030 ICE ban and net zero, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) warns.
Too much emphasis is being placed on electric HGVs when operators could achieve carbon negative with compressed biomethane (Bio-CNG), provider says.
Four in five (80%) believe decarbonisation of UK road transport by 2050 is possible, but two thirds (66%) say policies are ‘not enough’, Zemo Partnership survey finds.
The Scottish Government has launched the first £50 million phase of a new Scottish Zero Emission Bus Challenge Fund (ScotZEB).
The EU has set a target of banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 as part of its Fit for 55 decarbonisation plan.
Transport industry welcomes Government plan to decarbonise all transport modes by 2050 but highlights noticeable absences.
The RAC Foundation's Still Standing report uncovers how many homes have the potential for off-street parking so that an electric car could be parked and recharged.
A new report by the RAC Foundation has highlighted the opportunity for electric vehicle (EV) charging at home.
The Government has published its long-awaited transport decarbonisation plan, putting the UK on course to decarbonise its transport system by 2050.
Local leaders want new powers, including the ability to cut the cost of connecting electric vehicle (EV) charging networks to the grid, to deliver net zero.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure company Liberty Charge has appointed Shaun Quirk as COO to oversee the increased roll out of on-street charging points.
The sale of new diesel HGVs could be banned from 2040 under the Government’s transport decarbonisation plan, which is due to be published tomorrow, the FT reports.