Despite the hydrogen hype, electricity will drive net zero transport

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Cars, buses, trucks, scooters and even planes are going electric, and Britain needs an electricity grid able to cope with it, writes Onward's Ted Christie-Miller

The UK's record on transport emissions is poor. While surface transport emissions are currently at the same rate as they were thirty years ago, aviation emissions have soared by 86 per cent in this timeframe....

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