Extra MSA has opened it’s ‘next generation’ motorway service area at Leeds Skelton Lake to provide ‘critical infrastructure’, during the coronavirus crisis.
Supermarket giants Morrisons and Asda have reduced their fuel prices by 12p per litre for petrol and 8ppl for diesel as the coronavirus Covid-19 crisis continues.
Rumours of a possible hike in fuel duty continue to circulate ahead of the Budget on Wednesday (March 11).
Diesel drivers enjoyed the 11th biggest monthly drop in pump prices since 2000, with the price of the fuel falling 4p per litre (ppl) in February.
HMRC cuts AFR rates for diesel cars with an engine size of 1,600cc or less.
Businesses are reminded they have one month to measure energy consumption, including fleet operations, as part of the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
A diesel ban has moved a step closer in Bristol after the cabinet approved the plan yesterday (Tuesday, November 5).
Asda was the cheapest supermarket for both petrol and diesel in October, data from RAC Fuel Watch shows.
Shell has launched a carbon offsetting scheme allowing fleets to offset the CO2 emissions from their fuel purchases.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says the Government should consider road pricing and overhaul the company car tax regime.
Diesel pump prices rose by one-third of a pence per litre across the UK last month, following fears that the refinery fires in Saudi Arabia would lead to increases.
The new Allstar One Electric card, from Allstar Business Solutions, aims to support fleet customers switching to full electric or hybrid company vehicles.
Nissan and EDF have signed a deal to work together on developing smart charging solutions, known as vehicle to grid (V2G), for electric vehicles (EVs).
By Thomas Newby, chief operating officer (field and installation) at Tonik Energy
Arrival of new models to further boost demand, but concerns are raised over lack of availability.
The fuels and lubricants supplier says UK should mirror Sweden’s approach to switch from fossil fuels to biofuels to help meet the UK's net-zero carbon target.
HMRC has released its latest advisory fuel rates (AFRs), to come into force from September 1.
Reports suggest the Prime Minister is considering cutting fuel duty by 2p per litre (ppl) ahead of leaving the EU.
Funding of up to £300 million has been announced to develop a range of new technologies, including flying taxis and freight-carrying drones.
Science and Technology Committee also calls for a ban on new ‘conventional’ petrol and diesel vehicles, including hybrids, by 2035, at the latest.
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