A team of researchers at the University of Michigan has created a next-generation lithium-sulfur battery using recycled Kevlar.
The first tests will soon be held for the bus, which is being engineered specifically for riding in the Arctic. Specialists are studying the operability of all the transport systems in extreme situations in the Far North climate.
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.
The UK’s leading breakdown service, the AA, has partnered with ScottishPower to help more UK drivers make a move to electric vehicles by giving people with ‘range anxiety’ confidence to switch to a zero-emissions vehicle.
The PowerHouse, a Highlands global centre of excellence launched earlier this year by Opportunity Cromarty Firth to work on research into innovative renewable energy technologies, has secured its first project.
Freightliner, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W) and a leading UK rail freight operator, is supporting the development of Gd45 powered by Shell GTL Fuel, a new lower emission fuel, and will be the first to use the product for operational trials on some of its diesel-powered services in support of their commitment to enhancing the environmental benefits of rail-freight transportation.
Digitalisation, improved batteries and new renewable fuels can be gamechangers for decarbonising transport.
A new coalition will accelerate tourism's transition to net zero, audiences at COP26 heard today.
Industry body Scottish Renewables has today (November 4) launched a new publication which outlines future steps The Scottish Government should take to deliver a lasting legacy for the energy transition.
The International Solar Alliance (ISA), India Presidency of the ISA, and the UK COP Presidency today unveiled plans for the first transnational network of solar power grids, known as the Green Grids Initiative – One Sun One World One Grid (GGI-OSOWOG), at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.