Octopus is set to supply 100 per cent green hydrogen to fuel the development of zero emission, hydrogen-electric aircraft at ZeroAvia's research and development centre in the Cotswolds, as part of an agreement announced last week between the two firms.
Toyota said it will slash global production for September by 40% from its previous plan, becoming the last major automaker to cut output due to a global chip crunch, but it maintained its annual sales and production targets.
Shipping giant Maersk has inked a deal with Danish renewable energy firm European Energy for the supply of low carbon methanol to fuel its first 'carbon-neutral' vessel, which aims to set sail in 2023.
ESB has launched legal action against four of the world’s biggest truck manufacturers over their involvement in price fixing that, ESB will allege, pushed up the cost of the distinctive yellow trucks in the semi-State company’s fleet.
US President Joe Biden's administration is quietly discussing a target date of 2050 for weaning aircraft off fossil fuels as part of its broader push to fight climate change, sources familiar with the matter said.
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, has approved the publication of EU (Energy Performance of Buildings) Regulations 2021 for Electric Vehicle recharging infrastructure.
The Government may have electric dreams, but the reality might be quite different. With predictions that mainstream electric models in volume will not be available until 2027-2028, the ’s plan to have 1 million EVs by 2030 is looking precarious.
The European Commission has approved a €15 million Irish scheme to support commercial bus operators affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The measure was approved under the State aid Temporary Framework.
Ambitious plans for the so-called "green revolution", including the mass availability of electric vehicles (EVs) will count for little unless major supports and incentives are put in place to bridge the wealth gap.