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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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Ultra low emission vehicles reach 1/2 million UK milestone

Ultra low emission vehicles reach 1/2 million UK milestone: Over half a million ultra low emission UK vehicles are currently being driven on the roads. The new report by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) announced nearly one-in-seven new vehicles bought this year contain a plug. Data display ultra low emission cars comprise…
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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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Boris Johnson invests £3bn in ‘green bus revolution’

Boris Johnson invests £3bn in ‘green bus revolution’: It was revelead by Boris Johnson today that a new £3 billion investment in what he calls the ‘green bus revolution‘. Nearly 4,000 new British-built electric or hydrogen buses will be delieved to provide zero-emissions and quiet travel across the UK, under the new plans. A consultation…
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Government to tackle carbon-intensive ‘ghost flights’

Government to tackle carbon-intensive ‘ghost flights’: An extended measure has been legislated for by the government that offers airlines a way to avoid operating carbon inefficient ‘ghost flights’. Under the current circumstances of Covid-19 restrictions, these are flights that carry fewer passengers than usual and are operated mainly to allow airlines to keep their rights…
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