UK Fuels has launched a new service that can offset 100 percent of the carbon its fuel card customers currently release from the 1 billion litres of fuel they use each year.
Schlumberger announced today the launch of Schlumberger End-to-end Emissions Solutions (SEES). The business offers a comprehensive set of services and cutting-edge technologies designed to give operators a robust and scalable solution for measuring, monitoring, reporting and, ultimately, eliminating methane and routine flare emissions from their operations.
PerkinElmer, a global leader in end-to-end solutions for diagnostics, life sciences, food and environmental markets, has today announced a long-term partnership with P1 Fuels, a specialist in the formulation, production and delivery of advanced, fossil-free performance fuels for racing teams and the automotive industry.
The UK’s first hydrogen-fuelled waste collection vehicle was revealed today in Aberdeen, in a move which continues to accelerate the city’s thriving hydrogen economy.
In the past few years, considerable attention has been gained to hydrogen as a potential clean energy resource that can serve as an alternative to fossil fuels.
The press conference in the run-up to the 19th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2022” addressed the contribution that sustainable renewable fuels already make to mitigating climate change and their potential to boost climate protection immediately.
Ansys solutions are helping Synhelion steer toward cleaner transportation and net-zero emissions by helping to enable the development of solar fuels to replace fossil fuels.
A new material developed by the University of Central Florida may one day mean people could be pouring a drink for their car. That's because UCF researchers are developing an alcohol-based power source for cars and other technology.
Hydrogen fuel cell cars seem like a great, low-emission driving solution: oxygen and hydrogen in, nothing but water vapor out.
As part of the Group's ongoing sustainability work, Railcare has set a clear goal of reducing the consumption of fossil emissions from its own locomotives and machinery by 40% by 2025.