Green NCAP has published the results from its latest round of real-world emissions testing, which includes plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models for the first time.
Mazda has become the first automotive manufacturer to join the eFuel Alliance, which supports the use of synthetic CO2 neutral fuels to reduce transport emissions.
A record number of vehicles – almost 1.3 million – failed their MOT last year, because of faults relating to exhaust emissions, new data suggests.
Vauxhall is the latest manufacturer to face claims that some of its diesel engines were fitted with emissions ‘cheating’ devices.
Fleet Operations has set itself a net zero carbon target by signing up to a carbon offsetting scheme for all the greenhouse gases created by the business.
A group of transport businesses and organisations, including DPD and Lime, are urging the UK government to fast-track action on air pollution.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is the latest manufacturer to face an emissions-based legal battle in the UK, as law firm PGMBM claims the manufacturer misled customers through the use of emissions 'defeat' devices.
Webfleet Solutions and Justdiggit is launching Green Your Fleet, a new platform to help fleets make a positive climate impact.
And that’s despite new WLTP testing regime producing higher figures
Reflex Vehicle Hire has said it supports the UK Electric Fleets Coalition, which is calling on the Government to bring forward a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans to 2030.
A coalition of 27 companies is calling on the Government to bring forward a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans to 2030.
Cars will need to meet EU limits on NOx emissions under real-world driving conditions by September 2022, following a vote by European Parliament.
The UK Government is working on a new hydrogen strategy, to be published next year, which will “deliver a world leading hydrogen market”.
Legal claims against Mercedes-Benz for emissions ‘cheating’ in England and Wales have been strengthened following a £1.6 billion settlement in the USA.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is being investigated for potential emissions cheating by authorities.
Renault and Nissan have been accused of emissions cheating by law firm Harcus Parker, which claims that up to 1.3 million cars could be fitted with a ‘defeat’ device.
Law firm PGMBM is preparing a group legal claim on behalf of owners of some Mercedes vehicles, over claims customers were misled about the emissions their vehicles produced.
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