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The UK's most polluted ports, ranked

Milford Haven, Southampton and Immingham top three lists for emissions of harmful sulphur oxides (SOx), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and fine particulate mat...


E-trucks: It’s time for the UK to make the switch

T&E appointed Element Energy to examine the techno-economic feasibility of an accelerated switch to battery electric trucks.


Delivering a world-class charging network by 2030 in the UK

Can the UK government level up the distribution of charging infrastructure?

Britrish airways airplane

Reducing UK Aviation’s Climate Impacts

A new study by Transport & Environment (T&E) outlines the path to set UK aviation on a net zero trajectory.

Cars, Industrial policy

Shared Vision: Tackling the barriers to electric car clubs in the UK

The average British car sits parked for more than 95% of the time, and when used rarely travels very far: well over half the journeys undertaken by ca...


Charging forward: Creating a world-class UK charging network

The shift to battery electric cars in the UK is accelerating with more than one in 10 sales in 2020. Only new cars with a significant electric range c...


Electric cars and charging around the UK

This tool maps the number of electric vehicles registered in each local authority in the UK and the number of chargers located there.


Efficient pathways to electrifying UK transport

Decarbonising UK transport by 2050 using renewable electricity is a challenge, but achievable given the enormous renewables potential of the UK.

Trucks, Vans

How to decarbonise the UK’s freight sector by 2050

To achieve the UK’s net zero target, vehicles, including heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs), will need to be entirely decarbonised. This study analyses polici...