German carmaker Audi and US partner Joule are hailing the development of a simple and cost-effective process that produces petrol and diesel from waste water.
International transporters Cargill, chemicals manufacturer Huntsman and oil trader UNIPEC have pledged to only charter more efficient vessels for international shipping.
After many threats, the European Commission has finally reached the end of its patience and announced that it will take its own action to curb greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping.
US computing giant IBM is teaming up with ESB ecars, a subsidiary of Irish utility ESB, to roll out a ‘smart’ charging IT system for a network of electric vehicle charging points across Ireland.
UK supermarket chain Asda announced yesterday that its sustainability programme has netted it £13 million in savings over the last year.
Fuel cell cars could be cost-competitive with their conventional internal combustion engine rivals by 2050, according to a new report from the Carbon Trust.
US electric carmaker Tesla this week unveiled its ‘Supercharger’ network of fast chargers in California, Nevada and Arizona.
An electric supercar, the Nemesis, designed and built in the UK yesterday set a new land-speed record for electric cars when it reached speeds of 151 mph.
Japanese carmaker Toyota, which has been researching and developing electric vehicles for 40 years, says it is going to focus on hybrids for the foreseeable future.