New 250-mile range electric double-decker bus to be piloted

Equipmake and Beulas claim it’s the first bus to meet TfL’s 2024 safety requirements and it will be trialled next year

TfL boosts its Piccadilly line fleet with greener trains

Manufactured by Siemens Mobility, the trains are forecast to save 20% in energy consumption compared to existing models

The entirety of London’s main bus fleet now meets ULEZ standards

Since 2017, TfL has worked to phase out polluting diesel buses and spent around £85m on retrofitting older buses to Euro VI or cleaner standards

What are the barriers to overcome and the opportunities on offer when building an EV charging hub?

Find out in this conversation between Mark Richards from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner and Osprey Charging’s Ian Johnston

Capita secures £355m contract-extension with TfL to deliver low emission zones

The outsourcing firm will be responsible for the management of the expanded Ultra Low Emission Zone, scheduled to be operational from October 2021

Transport for London appoints Baringa Partners as energy advisor

It hopes the management consultancy will help it purchase more renewable power and reach its net zero targets

Mastercard and partners team up for Priceless Planet Coalition

The Priceless Planet Coalition brings together organisations including Citibank, Saks Fifth Avenue and Transport for London and aims to plant 100m trees over five years

Nottingham taxis to trial wireless charging scheme

A total of 10 taxis will be fitted with wireless charging hardware for taxi rank-based charging, with the city council providing the vehicles to drivers rent free

Energy Live Expo 2019: Podcast with TfL’s Alex Gilbert

A representative from TfL will be speaking at the event on 5th November at the QEII Centre in London

Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground route goes fully electric

Transport for London says the new trains are “much better for air quality and the environment” than previous diesel versions