First Hydrogen has appointed Steve Gill as a director and as chief executive to lead its UK automotive division.
Tevva has successfully raised £42 million in investment to rapidly scale up production in London of its new 7.5-tonne electric truck.
Pelican Engineering has launched a network for zero emission bus and coach operators to support best practice as the sector transitions to greener transport.
Hyundai Motor Group has set out its Hydrogen Vision 2040 strategy to popularise hydrogen by 2040.
A new procurement framework has been launched with the addition of a new hydrogen bus lot to to help the public sector access hydrogen buses.
Transport for the North (TfN) is urging residents to have their say on its draft decarbonisation strategy before the consultation closes at midday on August 31.
This strategy sets out the Government's approach to developing a low carbon hydrogen sector in the UK.
The Government expects hydrogen fuel to play an important role in the decarbonisation of heavy transport by 2030, as outlined in its hydrogen strategy.
Smart Transport member CNG Fuels has opened a biomethane refuelling station in Newark, Nottinghamshire, which is the first to serve the north-east region.
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.
Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) is set to develop a hydrogen fuel cell powered e-cargo bike as part of a new project with the City of Aberdeen.
Daf Trucks has introduced electric charging stations for LF Electric and CF Electric trucks, as well as vans.
The National Infrastructure Commission has urged Government to set a date for the ban of the sale of new diesel-powered heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) by 2040.
The Government has announced a £30 million investment to help support research into battery technology, the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain and hydrogen vehicles.
The Scottish Government is investing £7 million to support zero emission mobility across two new innovation projects.
The Government has provided £54 million of funding for three projects to develop hydrogen fuel cells for buses and lightweight structures for electric heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
Study researching the benefits and issues of creating of a multi-modal hydrogen transport hub within the UK and specifically the Tees Valley area.
The Government will provide £3 million of funding to kickstart the launch of a hydrogen transport hub in Tees Valley.
Arcola Energy and a rail consortium will deliver a production-ready hydrogen train in Scotland by November this year.
A consortium of companies from the automotive industry has called for the Government to focus on decarbonising fuel, not vehicles, according to a new report.