Green Motoring

posted on 08 Dec 2015 by Roy Shipston

Could electric cars shock the motor market in 2016?

All the signs are that next year will see a massive charge in alternatives to fossil-fuelled vehicles, boosted by the March launch of the Tesla Model 3 to be followed by the Model X – the big electric SUV – with “top secret” US car firm Faraday Future confirming it will unveil an electric to rival Tesla at next month’s Consumer Electronics Show.

posted on 24 Apr 2018 by LYNC

An alternative to the suppression of diesel vehicles? Innovation “in the pipes”.

A promising technology developed by two scientists at Loughborough University could eliminate almost 100% of the toxic NOx (NO and NO2) emissions generated by diesel combustion.

posted on 19 Jan 2017 by Keith Langford

Road tax for Irish gas-guzzlers to soar

If we think we are hard done by when it comes to paying road tax in this country, spare a thought for the Irish motorists.

posted on 11 Jan 2017 by Keith Langford

Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise - future view

At some point in the future, the Earth's oil reserves are going to run out and a long time before that happens petrol and diesel are likely to get a lot more expensive than they are at the present time.

posted on 27 Oct 2015 by Rebecca Shipston

Brighton & Hove Pioneer Electric Cars

The City of Brighton and Hove pioneered the use of electric vehicles (EV), introducing charging points in and around the city centre as far back as 2009.

posted on 05 Oct 2015 by Kiri Nowak

Paris Goes Car Free For A Day

Pollution is a big problem in Paris.

posted on 13 Oct 2014 by Gabe Grover

The Airless Tire.

The constant disposal of used tires is becoming an ever growing issue for our environment, in America alone, over 280 million tires are disposed of every year, and only 11% of these are recycled and this leaves over 250 million tires in scrap heaps and dumps.

posted on 06 Aug 2014 by Kiri Nowak

2014 Automotive Sustainability Report Proves A Bright Future Is Possible

Despite growth in sector the automotive industry still managed to make progress with reducing the impact that cars have on the environment.

posted on 30 Apr 2014 by Kiri Nowak

Government Giving Electric Cars A Boost with £500 Million Investment Programme

Considering the huge benefits of electric cars it’s surprising they haven’t taken off quite as much as expected.

posted on 27 Feb 2014 by Jade Hensby

The new Renault Zoe is one of the best electric cars yet

With a remarkably low leasing price for an electric car, Renault Zoe has become one of the firm favourites in terms of electric choice.