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  • Hydrogen train on track for 2022 arrival in UK

    Alstom and Eversholt Rail have unveiled the design of their new hydrogen-powered passenger train. The train, codenamed ‘Breeze’, will be a conversion of existing Class 321 trains and could be carrying travellers around the UK as early as 2022. They will emit only water, produce no greenhouse gases and are said to be even more spacious […]

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  • Volkswagen launches new brand in bid to move into electricity supply

    Volkswagen has launched a new brand as part of a bid to supply energy and provide electric vehicle (EV) charging options. Subdivision ‘Elli’ will help the firm work towards its goal of becoming a leading provider of sustainable, low carbon mobility – the name stands for ‘electric life’ because Volkswagen want to enable a lifestyle […]

    Posted at January 8, 2019 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Volkswagen launches new brand in bid to move into electricity supply
  • Uganda celebrates completion of 24MW solar farm

    Uganda is celebrating the completion of a new 24MW solar farm in the south of the sub-Saharan nation. The $25 million (£19.6m) Kabulasoke Solar Power Park, which has been developed by a consortium made up of of Great Lakes Africa Energy (GLAE), Xsabo Power Limited and Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited, has completed vital critical […]

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