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The Government has announced £11m funding to prepare the UK for the roll-out of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). The investment will help establish a network of 15 hydrogen filling stations and includes £2m funding for public sector hydrogen vehicles.
The Cameron government said on Thursday (9 October) that security would start screening passengers entering the UK through London's two main airports, and the Eurostar rail link with Europe, for possible cases of the Ebola virus.
The European Commission has adopted new rules drawn up to reduce the carbon content of transport fuels. The rules oblige suppliers to reduce by 6% the life cycle greenhouse gas intensity of fuel and other energy sources supplied for use in road vehicles by 2020. The Directive also obliges suppliers to report information on the greenhouse gas intensity of the fuel they supply to authorities designated by the Member States.