Hyundai delivers 10 hydrogen-powered lorries to Europe


Hyundai has shipped ten of the world’s first hydrogen-powered heavy duty lorry to Europe.
Pollution concerns could spell end of free deliveries

Pollution could spell end of free deliveries


An attempt to lower congestion and harmful emissions could spell the end of free internet shopping deliveries, The Times has learnt.
Garden villages have created car-dependent populations, says report

Planned garden villages 'too car-dependent'


A new study has found that the rural idyll of garden towns may have, in reality, formed populations completely dependent on cars.
Green number plates for electric cars to be introduced in UK from this autumn

Green number plates for electric cars by autumn


Green number plates for electric cars will be introduced to the UK as early as this autumn, the government has announced.
Clarkson: farmers “screwed” by Agriculture Bill

Clarkson: Farmers 'screwed' by Agriculture Bill


Jeremy Clarkson has bemoaned the administrative overload of farming in more than one of his columns. This week, he's got a grudge to bear.
Scientists fear return to pre-lockdown pollution levels

Scientists fear return to pre-lockdown pollution


Despite a push towards walking and cycling, scientists predict that pollution in UK cities could, like in China, return to pre-lockdown levels.
Trump administration being sued by 23 states over fuel standards

Trump administration sued over relaxed emissions


President Trump’s administration is being sued by nearly two dozen states over lowered standards for fuel economy in the US.
Rolls-Royce isn't making cars right now ... it's making honey

Rolls-Royce is making honey under lockdown


Rolls-Royce Motor Cars may not bee (sic) building cars right now but the beekeepers at its Goodwood headquarters are buzzing.

Ecotricity's EV charging network voted worst


Ecotricity's electric charging network, found at motorway service stations across the UK, has been found to be the worst by a survey.
Environmentalists start crowdfunding appeal to stop government road building scheme

Campaigners to take DfT to court over road plans


The UK government is facing backlash from environmentalists regarding plans to inject £27bn into a road-building programme.
Extreme E unveils scientific panel, environmental plans and team info

Extreme E unveils scientific panel and team info


Upcoming motorsport Extreme E has unveiled its scientific panel to coincide with the 50th Earth Day.
Petrol pumps should carry cigarette-style images of blackened lungs, says health experts

Petrol pumps to 'show images of blackened lungs'


Health experts have called on the government to add images of cigarette packet-style blackened lungs and flooded homes to petrol pumps.
Motoring industry calls for electric incentives in tomorrow’s budget

AA calls for electric car incentives in Budget


The AA is calling on Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak to make space in tomorrow’s budget to stimulate the sales of electric cars.