Doubling down on sustainable aviation and protecting our planet
The US company Boeing has announced its plans to more than double its purchases of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) this year to 5.6 million gallons.
API security risks in the automotive industry
The threat cybercrime poses to finances is known, but few recognise the risks inherent with connected cars – here's how to find vulnerabilities in API security.
Living near busy roads increases your chance of tinnitus
Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have found a correlation between traffic noise and the risk of developing tinnitus.
Delivery of improved passenger information
Providing relevant and timely passenger information enables the travelling public to make informed decisions about the way they travel.
Innovative alternatives to tackle vehicle emissions in the UK
In the UK, transport is the single largest contributor to carbon dioxide emissions, and therefore, to climate change and global warming.
Could sustainable aviation fuel be the future of flight?
2023 could see sustainable aviation fuel take off like never before, with Emirates conducting a successful Boeing 777 flight using the sustainable fuel.
The CX paradox: physical travel vs. digital travel
At a time when physical travel experiences are hitting an all time low, digital travel experiences have never been better.
Electric mobility trends: 2023 to be the turning point for heavy vehicles
Rising electricity prices, inflation and the scarcity of raw materials have cast doubt on the future prospects of electric mobility – so what is the future of the electric car?
The electric mobility transition to net-zero with EV charging
Mer Charging UK Ltd demonstrates how the future of the electric mobility transition promises greater strides toward net zero.
Going green: transport innovation in the face of climate change
How transport innovations and developments will shape our futures despite the challenges of climate change.
Is this the end for ice roads and ice road truckers?
Ice roads vital for transportation in remote communities may be cracking and sinking under the unseasonably warm weather; is this the end for ice road truckers?
Decarbonising the entire UK transport system
The Department for Transport’s efforts to decarbonise the entire UK transport system are charted here by Open Access Government.
Building an off-grid EV charging network
L-Charge aims to accelerate the transition to an electric vehicle future through the deployment of their ultra-fast off-grid EV charging solutions, which use clean fuels such as LNG, Bio-LNG and green hydrogen for onboard power generation.
The future for travel emissions and the aftermath of COP27
Dr Susanne Etti, global environmental impact manager at Intrepid Travel, attended COP27 – here are her reflections on what’s been achieved, what’s failed, and where travel emissions go from here.
The EV fleets are coming – but are we ready for them?
Although EV sales currently make up only a small proportion of total road vehicles, sales figures across both EVs and petrol cars continue to converge, and it sends a clear message: the EV fleets are coming.
What can the UK learn from Norway’s uptake of electric vehicles?
Easee UK Ltd consider what the UK can learn from Norway’s uptake of electric vehicles.
How local government can switch from petrol and diesel cars to electric vehicles
Kevin Welstead, Electric Vehicle Sector Director at SSE Energy Solutions, explains why action from local councils is essential to shift vehicles from petrol and diesel to electricity.
EV infrastructure strategy: making electric vehicles fair & affordable for all
Dr Vincent Thornley, Managing Director of Fundamentals Ltd., explores who should pay to power electric vehicles as the market continues to evolve under the EV infrastructure strategy.
Making a step towards greener transportation
VolkerSmart Technologies discuss the necessities of greener transportation, stating that EVCPs will play a major part in tackling the climate crisis.
EcoGrit: Environmentally conscious gritting
Gareth Ellis, the Managing Director at EcoGrit Ltd turns away from damaging products used for gritting, protecting people and the planet in icy conditions.