The Government is being urged to focus future policies on well-to-wheel emissions and overall energy efficiency performance of new fuels for transport.
A new Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) has been launched to support local authority fleets to adopt hydrogen fuelled vehicles.
The Government expects hydrogen fuel to play an important role in the decarbonisation of heavy transport by 2030, as outlined in its Hydrogen Strategy.
Fleet Assist has started to prepare its garage network to support fleets that are early adopters of hydrogen vehicles.
The winners of the £20m DfT competition include the manufacturer of an onboard plug-in device that provides drivers with data on battery health.
BMW has started the real-world testing phase of its i Hydrogen Next prototype, which is based on the existing X5 SUV.
Cecond-generation Mirai is bigger, more powerful, cheaper and able to travel further when fully refuelled than its predecessor.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is developing a prototype hydrogen fuel cell vehicle that is expected to being testing later this year.
A partnership between Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Imperial College London and Brompton Bike Hire has launched a mobility hub at Imperial’s South Kensington campus.
Now is the “perfect time” for fleet decision-makers to reassess their fleet needs and start electrifying their vehicles.
Toyota has revealed pricing for the second-generation Mirai, which is bigger, more powerful and able to travel further than its predecessor.
The Government has announced a £30 million investment to help support research into battery technology, the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain and hydrogen vehicles.
Siemens will collaborate with hydrogen car maker Riversimple to help it prepare for full-scale production.
The Toyota Mirai saloons will be used by existing corporate customers, by Enterprise Car Club members and by Enterprise employees in a pilot programme.
Bramble Energy has added a hydrogen-powered Toyota to its fleet to demonstrate the real-life applications of fuel cells.
The UK Government is working on a new hydrogen strategy, to be published next year, which will “deliver a world leading hydrogen market”.
Hydrogen infrastructure developer Haskel Hydrogen Systems has added a Toyota Mirai to its fleet in order to demonstrate the capabilities of the fuel.
Using hydrogen to reduce fleet CO2 emissions to achieve the Government’s ‘net zero’ 2050 target is being examined by two utility companies.
BMW is continuing to develop hydrogen powered cars, as part of a collaboration with Toyota.
Each Mirai has saved more than four times its own weight in CO2, equivalent to 7.6 tonnes per car, over this distance.
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