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Researchers at Manchester University have discovered a new form of carbon graphene which they say could revolutionise the development of power systems for low carbon cars. Meanwhile, in Singapore, scientists have developed a new battery that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only 2 minutes. They say the battery will also have a longer lifespan of over 20 years.
For the first time, the shipping sector will have to monitor its carbon emissions under a law agreed upon by the European Union Wednesday (26 November), intended as a step towards tackling a growing source of pollutants linked to climate change.
SPECIAL REPORT: Providing quality services at affordable prices should be the guiding principles of regulation of network industries, according to Bruno Liebhaberg who urges the Juncker Commission to reconsider the EU’s approach to liberalisation in sectors such as telecoms, railways and energy.
The LowCVP is pleased to welcome two new members to the Secretariat team, which is based in central London. Isabella Appiana will provide maternity cover for Membership and Administration Coordinator Szilvia Libor while Dan Hayes joins the team on a six-month, part-time internship.
Toyota has announced that it will be launching its new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in Japan on 15 December, before introducing it in the UK and selected European markets by September 2015.
New research published by Defra says that an estimated 51 thousand hectares of agricultural land in the UK were used for bioenergy in 2013, around 0.8% of all arable land in the country. Just over 80% of the land used for bioenergy was to grow biofuel (biodiesel and bioethanol) for the road transport market.