Hydrogen bus celebrates 5th anniversary saving 1000 tonnes of CO2

Since Wrightbus unveiled its groundbreaking hydrogen fuel cell technology at London City Hall on 30th November 2016, the company’s fleet of hydrogen-powered buses has prevented more than one million kilograms (1,000 tonnes) of harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions entering the atmosphere.

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Quentin Willson column: It’s time to clean up our air

Motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson highlights the need for more robust Government policy when it comes to cleaning up our air. Read his latest exclusive monthly column for Transport + Energy here.

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Dynamic electric vehicle charging hub opens in Wolverhampton

An electric vehicle dynamic-charging hub has opened in Wolverhampton. The site is the first of over 150 charging hubs being delivered across the UK by Osprey Charging in a £75 million programme to eliminate charging anxiety ahead of the 2030 ban on petrol and diesel cars.

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Work starts on UK’s largest public EV charging hub at Redbridge Park & Ride

Work has started this week on the UK’s largest public electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at Redbridge Park & Ride, which will see the installation of 38 fast and ultra-rapid EV chargers.

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Britishvolt’s Isobel Sheldon joins UK’s Critical Minerals Expert Committee

Britishvolt’s chief strategy officer, Isobel Sheldon OBE, has been selected to be a member of the UK’s Ciritical Minerals Expert Committee – aiming to establish a secure supply of critical materials essential for the transition to a low carbon society.

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