UK schools granted funding for EV chargers

The UK Government is offering grants to state-funded schools for electric vehicle chargers, aiming to cover up to 75% of installation costs

UK to revamp EV charging infrastructure rules

The Department for Transport is set to revise local transport plans, ensuring the inclusion of local electric vehicle charging strategies and the provision of essential charge points by local transport authorities

‘Nearly 15% of UK company vehicles are electric’

The county showing the least preparedness for the EV transition is Powys, where only 3.01% of all licensed company vehicles are electric, according to a report

‘Road plans will stop net zero target’

Groups claim that new roads will lead to more pollution from vans and hybrid cars, which were previously overlooked

UK supercharges public EV charging points with £56m

The new funding is predicted to support the installation of 2,400 more public EV charging devices in areas such as Cumbria, Norfolk and Oxfordshire

UK seeks views on how to achieve net zero airports by 2040

The call for evidence asks how to define airport operations and which type of emissions should be included in the target

Maritime sector bags £77m to ‘go green’

Zero-emissions vessels will set sail on British waters within two years, the government has said

Government puts £10m towards decarbonising transport

It’s hopeful a new hub will reduce the 27% of overall British emissions that transport is responsible for every year

UK SHORE: Government launches new unit dedicated to tackle shipping emissions

It is investing £206m to accelerate research and development of clean maritime technologies and create skilled jobs across the country

Are British school classes filled with CO2?

Nearly one-in-eight schools and colleges have “too high” levels of carbon dioxide, according to a government survey