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BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen have distanced themselves from the studies or apologized.
BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen have distanced themselves from the studies or apologized.
Now is the time to plant the seeds from which the UK can develop substantial domestic supply chains and become one of the world's leading exporters of clean energy skills, services and products, helping to improve access to energy in developing nations and building the global low carbon energy system demanded by the Paris Agreement.
The Government's much-anticipated air quality plan was heavily criticised last week by campaigners who had hoped it would
After many false starts, electric car sales are finally pulling out into the fast lane. The global fleet doubled to 1.3 million last year, battery costs are falling, and mainstream manufacturers now scrambling to introduce new models. This good news comes not a moment too soon.
The US and China have ratified the world’s first comprehensive climate deal, in a hugely significant move hailed by campaigners
The UK Government must come clean on what they knew and move quicker to end uncertainty for drivers.
The Volkswagen emissions scandal is a poignant reminder of the fragile nature of trust and reputation for organisations and reinforces the importance of being a responsible business.
"German Manufacturers Break Rules." What a great headline. Has Germany finally moved on in evolutionary terms? Have the laws