HSSMI: embrace circular economy for EVs now towards achieving net zero

Moving from traditional, linear supply chains to a true circular economy could deliver the UK automotive industry cost efficiencies of up to 16 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent per annum by 2025 – and support delivering net zero targets, according to leading manufacturing consultancy HSSMI.

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International governments commit more than 120k vehicles to be zero emission by 2040

International governments spanning the US, Canada, Mexico and the UK have jointly committed to fully convert their own fleets of vehicles to be zero emission by no later than 2040.

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Studies show electricity and automotive industries falling short of climate targets

Almost all companies across the electric utilities and automotive sectors are set to exceed their 1.5°C warming scenario budgets, new findings from CDP, the World Benchmarking Alliance and ADEME show today.

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COP26: Continuing the climate battle

Jacob Roberts, Transport Policy Manager at REA (the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology) and a Transport + Energy editorial board member, provides a personal view of his experiences at COP26 and reflects on a missed opportunity to change mobility behaviours. 

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Hydrogen train project showcased at COP26

The University of St Andrews’ recently showcased a hydrogen train project to specially invited guests at the recent COP26 gathering. The project is part of the work led by Professor John Irvine’s Hydrogen Accelerator team in the School of Chemistry at the University.

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COP26: EV100 marks Transport Day as new members commit to electrifying over 250,000 vehicles by 2030

EV100 has welcomed seven new members on Transport Day at COP26 with the collective companies committing to electrify their combined fleets of over 250,000 vehicles by 2030. 

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