Four of the biggest car makers absent from COP26 agreement

The manufacturers have not signed a pledge to only sell zero-emission vehicles by 2035

Hydrogen-powered motor racing, transported by biofuel?

Toyota has entered a car into the Super Taikyu Series race that is powered by hydrogen transported across Japan using biofuel trucks

Teesside Airport among organisations to trial hydrogen vehicles in £2.5m UK trial

It is one of the winners of the government’s research and development competition to accelerate the use of hydrogen transport in the Tees Valley area

Will Tees Valley become the UK’s hydrogen capital?

Trials of diesel bus retrofits and NHS hydrogen vehicles have secured a share of a £2.5m government funding

Vegetable oil train hits the tracks to clean up hybrid car supply chain

Hybrid Toyota cars built in the UK are being transported to Europe using a train powered by vegetable oil

Toyota Canada facility achieves zero carbon building certification

Some of the building’s sustainability features include geothermal heating to reduce its reliance on emission-producing fuels and a 965MW rooftop solar array

Toyota aims to become carbon-neutral by 2050

The car manufacturer seeks to continue to promote practical and sustainable reduction in carbon emissions by using its full lineup of electric vehicles

Toyota develops more environmentally-friendly electronics plating technology

A new plating process is said to generate only a third of the emissions created by traditional ‘dipping’ techniques

Global sales of Toyota hybrids surpass 15 million

Hybrid vehicles now account for around two-thirds of all Toyota’s new passenger vehicle sales in the UK

Toyota and Hino to develop heavy-duty fuel cell truck

The fuel-cell truck aims to improve environmental performance of heavy-duty trucks, which account for about 60% of the total emissions from commercial vehicles in Japan