The Government’s clean fuel programme or Bharat Stage-IV norms that came into effect from April 1, 2010 is still facing problems.
General Motors Co aims by 2017 to buld up to 500,000 vehicles a year that include some form of electric power in the engine, including cars like the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, a top executive s
The UK's goal of reducing transport CO2 emissions received a boost today as the Government made £16.5m worth of funding available for new research and development.
China has the potential to become the world's largest market for natural gas automobiles, with 1.5 million expected to be on the roads by 2015, according to experts.
The Chinese government says it plans to increase the funds available for developing greener technology in the country's automobile industry.
EFFI-CYCLE 2012, an inter collegiate design cum race competition, is being hosted at University Institute of Engineering and Technology from October 12 to 14.
Not long ago, the Obama Administration raised the federal fuel efficiency standards, known as CAFE, to an average 35.5 mpg by 2016.
A £23m demonstration programme to encourage UK transport operators to buy and use low carbon commercial vehicles is set to receive over £11m in Government support.
The European Commission is expected on Wednesday to publish plans to tighten limits on how much carbon dioxide cars and vans can emit, the latest step towards EU goals of cutting fuel bills and cur
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