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Green Car Guide’s unique features cover a range of subjects such as reviews of Motor Shows, Industry Conferences and other events, as well as Top 10 Guides. For the most comprehensive updates about the automotive industry and the future of vehicles, all with a low emission focus, read our unique automotive event reviews. Green Car Guide’s editor Paul Clarke has covered more UK low carbon automotive conferences over the last 10 years than any other publication. Our event reviews provide expert, informed and user-friendly summaries of the latest industry developments without you having to leave your chair. See our exclusive reviews below.

featureMIA EEMS Conference 2017 000 Delta Motorsport low res Motorsport’s Future: Low Emissions and High Tech

The 2017 Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) Energy Efficient Motorsport Conference confirmed that motorsport is heading for a low emissions future, but that technology will also…

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feature Electric Car UK (Reviews)

Thinking of buying an electric car in the UK? A pure electric vehicle, a plug-in hybrid or a range-extender? Before you buy, read our reviews…

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featureian-constance-ceo-apc Internal combustion: Is it time for the ICE to RIP?

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and the UK’s Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) recently hosted a one-day conference in London entitled “RIP ICE?” The…

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featureBMW 330e From NEDC to WLTP – The impact of new economy testing procedures

Last year’s dieselgate scandal, in which Volkswagen admitted cheating during official emissions tests, has put the efficiency claims of all carmakers in the spotlight. It…

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featureBMW i8 at LCV2016 The future of green car technologies at LCV2016

Green Car Guide’s comprehensive report on Cenex LCV2016 covers a range of the highlights from the content-packed event including the green car technologies that we…

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featureFord Focus RS Ford Focus RS vs. greener rivals

The Ford Focus RS has received universal acclaim as a performance car that can beat much more expensive machinery, but are there greener alternatives? Green…

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featureCenex LCV2016 Preview Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle Event 2016 Preview

The Cenex LCV 2016 event, taking place from 14th to 15th September at Millbrook Proving Ground, is the must-attend conference (and exhibition and ride &…

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featureShell Eco-marathon 2016 Eco Marathon winning vehicle achieves 7,362mpg

The winning vehicle at the 2016 Shell Eco Marathon held in London’s Olympic Park from 30 June to 3 July achieved 7,362mpg (2,606.4km/litre). As if…

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featureLowCVP Conference 2016 Andrew Jones MP LowCVP Conference 2016: Low carbon automotive

The LowCVP Conference 2016 looked at a range of issues including a new APC report on the UK’s low carbon automotive capabilities, as well as…

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featureMitsubishi Outlander PHEV Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Long Term Test Report 11 – Second Opinion

By Paul Clarke   ECO FACTS Model/Engine size: Mitsubishi Outlander GX4hs 2.0 PHEV Auto Fuel: Petrol-Electric Plug-in Hybrid Fuel economy combined: 156.9 mpg Thanks to an extended stay…

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featureMitsubishi Outlander PHEV Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Long Term Test Report 10 – Final conclusion

By Paul Clarke   ECO FACTS Model/Engine size: Mitsubishi Outlander GX4hs 2.0 PHEV Auto Fuel: Petrol-Electric Plug-in Hybrid Fuel economy combined: 156.9 mpg It’s a very, very bad…

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featureMitsubishi Outlander PHEV Off-Road Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Long Term Test Report 9 – Saving you money?

  By Paul Clarke   ECOFACTS Model/Engine size: Mitsubishi Outlander GX4hs 2.0 PHEV Auto Fuel: Petrol-Electric Plug-in Hybrid Fuel economy combined: 156.9 mpg The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in…

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