Prior to Wednesdays Budget Saab Great Britain unveiled a BioPower Budget detailing the measures it would like to see the UK Government take in the Budget to boost the use of bioethanol E85 and reduce Britains CO2 output from road transport.
The Honda Civic Hybrid won the top award for the second year running at the Environmental Transport Association (ETA) 2007 Car Buyers Guide Awards, winning the overall award as well as the award in its own Small Family Car category.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has issued a warning to the Chancellor ahead of the budget on 21st March, not to increase the regulatory and tax burden on UK car manufactures and component suppliers amidst fears of higher costs and threats from emerging markets.
Today Britain became the first country to announce plans to set a legally binding target to cut carbon emissions by 60% by 2050. And investment in low carbon fuels was highlighted as a key element of the strategy towards developing a low-carbon economy.
Ford has announced that it is to more than double the number of flex fuel models offered in Europe in 2008. Ford currently offers the Focus and C-Max with a Flex Fuel option in 11 European countries including the UK.
Cenex, the UKs national centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies, has announced a project to support Modec, which designs, develops and produces electric commercial vehicles, at the launch of its brand new innovative electric van range.
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Toyota is presenting a world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show with the revealing of Hybrid X.
A consultation on the carbon-reducing Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO), and how it will operate has been launched by Transport Minister Dr Stephen Ladyman.
Leading carmakers from around the globe are gearing up to exhibit at The Sexy Green Car Show at the Eden Project in Cornwall, home to the biggest greenhouses on earth, from March 30 to April 15 2007.