Big EV Spreadsheet Compares Actual Energy Consumption Of Electric Vehicles, Cybertruck updates, Electric buses to debut in Zduńska Wola

Cars powered by synthetic fuel emit as much poisonous nitrogen oxides (NOx) as fossil fuel engines, new emissions testing shows. E-fuels, which are chemically similar to petrol and diesel and costly to produce, have been touted by the fossil fuel industry and car parts suppliers as a way to prolong the life of the internal combustion engine beyond zero-emissions targets. Transport & Environment (T&E)

New WHO Global Air Quality Guidelines Aim to Save Millions of Lives from Air Pollution

Article courtesy of WHO:  New WHO Global Air Quality Guidelines aim to save millions of lives from air pollution New WHO Global Air Quality Guidelines (AQGs) provide clear evidence of the damage air pollution inflicts on […]

Worrying Trend Towards Heavily Polluting SUVs Undermines Carmakers’ Sustainability Claims

Originally published by Transport & Environment By Sam Hargreaves, Communications Officer Carmakers are lining up this week to show off their latest electric models at Munich’s international motor show, but, behind all the talk of sustainability, engine-driven […]

Jaguar Land Rover & Google Measure Dublin Air Quality with All-Electric I-PACE

Jaguar I-PACE becomes Google Street View’s first all-electric vehicle Jaguar Land Rover engineers have integrated Google Street View and air quality technology into the award-winning I-PACE Google will use the I-PACE to map streets and measure […]

Point-Of-Sale Rebate Changes Will Help More Consumers Buy Electric Vehicles to Lower Their Carbon Footprint & Improve Air Quality in New York State

Supports Governor Cuomo’s Nation-Leading Goals in the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced an additional $30 million is now available through New York State’s Drive Clean Rebate program to encourage more […]