Loose wheel concerns on Toyota EV’s

Loose wheel concerns on Toyota EV’s Toyota has had to withdraw 2.7k of its electric vehicles among surging concerns that the wheels could fall off. These EV‘s have just been mass-produced and were only released in Japan two months ago – nontheless, Subaru has also had to recall 2,600 of its electric vehicles, as these…
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Tees Valley could become UK’s hydrogen capital

Tees Valley could become UK’s hydrogen capital: People are paying attention to Tees Valley in the north of England because the region will be home to the country’s 1st transport hydrogen trials. That comes after the £2.5 million research & development competition started by the Department for Transport that will back projects containing hydrogen delivery…
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Hybrid cars to go to Europe via vegetable oil

Hybrid cars to go to Europe via vegetable oil: Midlands produced hybrid cars will be shipped to Europe on a train operated using vegetable oil. The DB Cargo locomotive is run by hydro-treated vegetable oil. The business claims the fuel can cut carbon emissions by 90% when compared with diesel. The Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris…
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Innovative analysis into wireless EV charging under tarmac

Innovative analysis into wireless EV charging under tarmac: Would it be possible for electric vehicles (EVs) to be charged up without needing to be plugged in to a charge point? Current research is being recognised as pioneering by industry leaders & started by the electricity allocation network operator Western Power Distribution (WPD) in teaming with…
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