But concerns raised that owners of hybrid passenger cars will be forced to pay more when changes to eco-friendly car discounts kick in
UK's largest police force to order new hydrogen-powered squad cars under government-funded project
Latest SMMT figures show a slow start to 2018 for pure electric car sales - but is this a long term cause for concern or are consumers simply waiting for more models to hit the market?
Rail minister Jo Johnson calls for an end to diesel-only trains in the UK, but warns total electrification of track is not the answer
Transport Minister Jo Johnson's speech to the Knowledge Quarter conference - in full
Government announces winners of next tranche of funding from the Clean Bus Technology Fund, which will see almost 3,000 buses upgraded to cleaner technologies by 2020
Volkswagen 'dieselgate' scandal demonstrates need for more stringent penalties as a future deterrent against cheating emissions tests, government rules
Government confirms Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth will take on a wider-ranging brief of energy and climate issues
Government writes to councils after only five apply for money from electric vehicle infrastructure funding pot, leaving more than £4.5m still available
Case for biofuels in passenger cars is rapidly shrinking in the face of electric technology, but sector could still play a vital role in aviation and freight
Chris Grayling's speech to the Association of British Insurers - in full
But industry warns over plans to introduce a 'crop cap' to restrict the use of crops in the production of biofuels over time
Cash will fund trials of energy saving devices such as state-of-the-art propellers, on-board heat recovery systems and 'sails' to power ships with wind
Aston Martin plans to be all-hybrid within the next decade, as government tightens net around tailpipe emissions
Government announces new trial of autonomous truck technology, which its makers claim could improve fuel efficiency and emissions on motorways
New data from BEIS suggests proportion of biofuel in petrol and diesel has barely shifted since 2014, prompting calls for urgent government action
What does the new air quality plan tell us about the government's clean air and transport strategy going forward?
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling claims technological advances in batteries, alternative fuels, and hydrogen power mean "we no longer need to electrify every line"
Biofuels made with genuine waste products are needed to cut carbon emissions, new government-commissioned report finds
Defra has finally unleashed its plan for bringing the UK into line with legal limits for air pollution - BusinessGreen takes a look at the key measures
Members of cross-party Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee say delay to air quality strategy is "unacceptable" and call for urgent action to tackle the problem
Flurry of funding announcements confirmed for ultra low emission vehicle projects and autonomous driving innovations as part of Industrial Strategy
Government sets out raft of measures designed to help cut estimated £800m in annual clean-up costs
Multi-million pound fund will be used to accelerate the take-up of hydrogen vehicles and roll out refuelling infrastructure across the UK