Could auto innovation be key to closing the emissions gap?

Madeleine Cuff
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Autonomous Electric Vehicles could unlock major carbon savings | Credit: Jaguar MENA
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Autonomous Electric Vehicles could unlock major carbon savings | Credit: Jaguar MENA

As auto giants boost investment in autonomous and electric vehicle technology, fresh PwC research suggests which technologies could help bridge the emissions gap

Transport is a major sticking point in carbon reduction efforts. The sector currently accounts for around 13 per cent of total global greenhouse gas emissions, according to Greenpeace, with two-thirds...

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