With a decision due next month regarding the future of the Nissan battery plants in Sunderland and Smyrna, Tennessee, news agency Reuters is reporting that company boss Carlos Ghosn is preparing to cut battery manufacturing – a move which re-opened deep divisions with alliance partner Renault, according to the agency.
Toyota has reached an important production staging post in its programme to launch its first fuel cell vehicle – gaining government‑approved status to build and inspect high‑pressure hydrogen tanks.
Essex County Council has recently installed three new OLEV-funded rapid charging stations to meet the needs of electric vehicle owners in the area.
Global air traffic saw a modest deceleration in demand growth in June compared to May, with airlines body International Air Transport Association (IATA) cautioning that Ebola could be one of the biggest regional challenges for the airlines industry.
The government is set to introduce electric and other plug in vehicles to its fleet, as part of a £5 million ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV) readiness project.
The government has launched the next stage of its initiative to support domestic charging points.
More than half of the government’s official future construction workload is transport projects, according to analysis.
Cities in the North have come up with their own £15bn plan to revolutionise Britain’s transport system in a report to be presented to Chancellor George Osborne today.
Hauliers across England and Wales could see a £11 million a year boost as the government raises the speed limit for lorries on single carriageway roads to 50 mph.
A number of sustainable transport schemes to promote the green and healthy benefits of cycling and walking have been given the go-ahead to receive more than £440m in funding, the Government has announced.