Octopus Energy and charging technology specialist Ohme confirm some EV drivers were paid £5 last weekend, as they charged 600 miles worth of electricity - enough to drive from London to County Durham and back
New analysis of Zap-Map data shows how in some regions there are more than 1,000 EVs for every on-street charger
New analysis suggests houses near London's Cycle Superhighways enjoy valuations that are 80 per cent higher than average
Europe overtook China for government and industry investment in electric cars and batteries last year, analysis suggests
With airlines looking at an annus horribilis in 2020, planes could follow coal plants as Europe's next stranded asset, writes Vlerick Business School's Professor David Veredas
AMTE Power and Britishvolt talk up project – reportedly worth £4bn – to feed growing demand for electric vehicles and battery storage
Velocys secures approval from planning committee for UK's first waste-to-jet-fuel plant
Sales of all cars set for bumpy road in 2020, but as costs fall electric vehicles sales expected to continue growing after Covid-19
Cooking and heating could be powered by hydrogen produced from offshore wind as part of gas network firm's H100 project
Transport for London says it is 'determined' to keep gains seen for air pollution and safer streets over past two months after lockdown measures ease
Plan unveiled for 2,500 high-powered electric car charge points across motorways and A-roads by 2030, rising to 6,000 by 2035
Company promises to offer EV drivers a single way for paying for charging, whether they are at home or on the go
Prime Minister says commitment to net zero transition is 'undiminished' and tells MPs the aviation sector should look to curb CO2 emissions once flights resume, as pressure mounts on EU for green stimulus package
New ë-Dispatch and e-Expert vans provide further boost to commercial electric fleet market
Poll results come only days after the government instructed councils to reallocate space for cyclists and pedestrians in order to support social distancing as lockdown restrictions are gradually eased
Law firm claims individual drivers could receive as much as £10,000 in damages, but German parent company Daimler has promised to "vigorously defend" itself against any group action.
The deal comes as the Norfolk-based car manufacturer gets ready to launch its first EV, a luxury 'hypercar' that will be sold for more than £2 million.
As people slowly return to work following the government's announcement on Sunday, employers can encourage staff to embrace sustainable routes into work by launching cycle-to-work schemes, installing on-site facilities such as bike storage and showers,...
Government promises £2bn active transport blitz, as fears grow over spike in post-lockdown pollution
Government launches £250m emergency active travel fund, but campaigners warn Prime Minister's advice to avoid public transport could fuel car-focused recovery
Battery-powered EV sales were down just 10 per cent in April, compared to collapses of 97+ per cent seen in the combustion engine car markets.
But buy-in from the business community will be critical to accelerate green transport, argues AECOM's Robert Spencer
Government-backed project assessed grid impacts of bi-directional EV charging at two sites at Aston University
Investment in hydrogen infrastructure should form major part of coronavirus recovery plan, argues North West Hydrogen Alliance