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Inflation Needs Pump Prices To Crash

Inflation Needs Pump Prices To Crash: Robert Halfon and FairFuelUK Want Government and the CMA to Start Supporting UK’s Hard Pressed Drivers The great pump pricing rip-off continues to go unchecked, hitting inflation and the economy hard! Since the beginning of June, the price of Brent Oil has fallen in Sterling by a huge 19%…
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Rallies for return of the Paris-Hendaye night train & more

Rallies for return of the Paris-Hendaye night train & more: Image credit: Stay Grounded Network On July 2nd, civil society groups in France, Spain and Portugal will congregate at train stations at the same time, dressed in their pajamas, to call for the return and increase of night trains connecting their territories in a comfortable,…
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£43.7m raise for off-road trucks & motorbikes.

£43.7m raise for off-road trucks & motorbikes. The government has disclosed a new £43.7 million joint industry and government financing to help the construction of green auto technology, as well as electric motorbikes and off-road trucks that could be very useful. The projects that will benefit from the funding have electric motorcycles and an all-terrain,…
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Global shift to low-carbon energy sources is not up to speed

Global shift to low-carbon energy sources is not up to speed The world’s energy transition to renewables is not happening. That’s one of the findings of the REN21’s Renewables 2022 Global Status report, which suggests the global shift to lower-carbon energy sources is not up to speed and may make it difficult for the world…
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FS Group 2022-2031 Business Plan

FS Group 2022-2031 Business Plan: 190 Billion euros for sustainable development of infrastructure and mobility at the service of the country. Presented in Rome by Chairwoman Nicoletta Giadrossi and CEO Luigi Ferraris Redefinition of the governance and new organisational set-up of the subsidiaries aggregated into four business hubs: “Infrastructure”, “Passengers”, “Logistics”, “Urban” Enabling factors of…
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Queen’s Speech outlines Energy Bill

Queen’s Speech outlines Energy Bill: An Energy Bill has been announced today to assist the country’s attempts to guarantee “cheaper, cleaner and secure” energy. The Queen’s Speech was delivered by the Prince of Wales after Her Majesty cancelled her appearance as this is her 1st absence since 1963. Prince Charles set out the government’s plan…
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Fuel prices put the brakes on employees’ commutes

Fuel prices put the brakes on employees’ commutes inflation in fuel prices make more and more workers have their cars parked at their homes instead of traveling to their offices. A new OnePoll survey conducted by software firm Citrix shows nearly 45% of UK employees plan to work from home more often to avoid the…
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£2.4bn on EV battery manufacturing

£2.4bn on EV battery manufacturing The US has promised to supercharge electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing with $3.1 billion (£2.4bn) as part of its new Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The US President said the investment will support the domestic manufacturing of advanced batteries designed to spur the public’s interest in replacing their old polluting vehicles to…
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EVs taking over petrol cars as they are cheaper to run

EVs taking over petrol cars as they are cheaper to run Driving an electric vehicle (EV) costs nearly £600 a year less than a proportionate petrol model. That’s according to a new report from Compare The Market, which advises the average annual running cost for an EV amounts to £1,264, compared to £1,834 for a…
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Supercharged with £10.8bn UK EV revolutions first decade

Supercharged with £10.8bn UK EV revolutions first decade: With the increase in electric vehicles R&D and production in full swing the UK has invested a total of £10.8 billion in gigafacotries  A total of 14,320 jobs have been created in the alst ten years, says and estimated by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.…
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