A world-first heavy tractor powered by farm waste is just one of the game-changing projects benefitting from £73 million in new funding for the development of clean transport technologies announced today (Friday 2 December).
NASA has recently announced that its all-electric aircraft, the X-57 Maxwell, has overcome yet another obstacle on its journey to becoming a viable alternative to conventional aircraft powered by fossil fuels.
Researchers from UNSW Sydney have designed a high-speed magnetically driven motor that could reduce the dependency on rare earth materials in EV manufacturing and increase the driving range of EVs.
An alliance of the UK’s leading automotive businesses will head to the USA next week to showcase the latest Electric Vehicle battery innovations to accelerate the global transition towards electrification.
In northern Sweden, a new green industry is being formed, and the railway is a central part of climate-smart and efficient transport. There is also a general increase in demand for both freight and passenger transport, which puts the focus on railway maintenance.
Launched in 2020, the MIT Mobility Initiative (MMI) is a unique cross-Institute initiative aimed at convening key stakeholders to drive innovation, while providing unbiased strategic direction to guide a deeper collective understanding of mobility challenges, and shape a mobility system that is sustainable, safe, clean, and accessible.
For the last year, ten European and Japanese research expert organisations have been working together on the LAURELIN project to develop innovative processes to convert CO2 in renewable methanol.
The world’s fastest electric ship, the Candela P-12 Shuttle, is set to hit Stockholm’s waters next year, heralding a new era of transport. The innovative hydrofoiling electric ferry will reduce emissions and slash commuting times – and the city believes it will make waterborne public transport more attractive than trains, buses, and cars.
An Australian solar-powered car, designed and built by university students, is on track to challenge for a prestigious Guinness World Record.
As the world’s first truck manufacturer to do so, Volvo is now introducing fossil-free steel in its trucks. The steel is produced by the Swedish steel company SSAB and the heavy-duty electric Volvo trucks will be the first to include it.