The pace of emissions reduction in the UK needs to increase fourfold, the Committee on Climate Change told the government today.
The Canadian division of German carmaker Daimler, Mercedes-Benz Canada, has opened what it claims is the world’s first automated automotive facility for producing fuel cells.
Toyota has been named the top green brand for the second year running by consultants Interbrand.
Tesla Motors rolled out the first of its ‘premium’ electric sedans, the Model S, to customers in California last Friday.
One million people across Europe have ‘turned on’ to Nissan’s campaign to kick start interest in electric vehicles.
Despite securing more than 100 commitments and actions on sustainable energy, Rio+20 has been dubbed a failure by environmental groups.
BMW, Ford and IKEA are among 70 organisations pledging to help the deployment of electric vehicles in the northeastern US.
The world’s largest multilateral development banks, including the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank, are pledging to provide $175 billion over the next ten years to support sustainable transport in the developing world.
New cars sold in Europe last year were on average 3.3% more fuel efficient than those sold the previous year, according to the European Environment Agency.
National Electric Vehicle Sweden has acquired stalled carmaker Saab for an undisclosed amount saying it wants to use the company as a foundation for electric vehicles.