UK Government sparks a hydrogen revolution

UK Government sparks a hydrogen revolution: The government has now published its much-awaited Hydrogen Strategy that is expected to deliver 9,000 jobs as well as open up £4 billion investment by 2030. Included in the strategy, a current public consultation has been started to investigate ways to reduce the cost of hydrogen production. A current…
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Industry want Govt to push petrol & diesel ban to 2035

Industry want Govt to push petrol & diesel ban to 2035: Car manufacturers are reported to have called on the government to postpone the sales ban of new petrol diesel cars & vans  until 2035 at least. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said that carmakers told him throughout a recent meeting that a ‘more realistic’ goal…
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Uber gives Londoners the opportunity to reserve EVs

Uber gives Londoners the opportunity to reserve EVs: From today and for the first time in the UK, Londoners who use the Uber app can book a fully electric vehicle (EV). The ride-sharing app Business reported that a trip using the ‘Uber Green’ option will stay the same price as an UberX. Drivers in EVs…
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AFC Energy & Mace assist construction sites to go green

AFC Energy & Mace assist construction sites to go green: Construction & consultancy group Mace has teamed up with hydrogen power generation technology provider AFC Energy to set up zero-emission power systems on construction sites. The team will have hydrogen generators take place of polluting diesel generators on both British & international sites. The first…
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Most of UK public want EVs by 2025

Most of UK public want EVs by 2025: Over half of the UK public want to see all carbon-emitting vehicles off the country’s roads by 2035. Connected Kerb and C|T Group found in recently published research, shows in the next 15 years most people believe the country should completely transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and…
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Russians leak 20,000 tonnes oil inside Arctic Circle

Russians leak 20,000 tonnes oil inside Arctic Circle: A state of emergency was announced in Russia after a 20,000-tonne oil spill has polluted an area of 135 square miles of the Arctic Circle. A subsidiary of Norilsk Nickel‘s diesel power plant collapsed last Friday, leaking the fuel into the Ambarnaya river – the collapse was…
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