On the path to net zero: an overview
We’ve all heard about a ‘net zero’ target for cutting the carbon emissions that cause climate change. But what does ‘net zero’…
How sustainable are drones?
Drones – or unmanned aerial vehicles – offer a new way of seeing and interacting with the world we live in. But…
Electric vs hybrid vehicles: which one would work for you?
We take a look at the two most common plug-in options – plug-in hybrids and pure electric vehicles – to see which…
Concerted Action Joint Workshop and the ride to Barcelona
Energy Saving Trust staff travelled by train to Barcelona to attend a workshop between three Concerted Actions for EU energy directives.
Why you might be better off retrofitting fleet vehicles
Retrofitting involves reducing emissions from older engines by either adding emission control devices, rebuilding engine components or replacing existing equipment.
Clean air zones: alleviating the impact on your business
More Clean Air Zones are in the planning stages in local authorities, where air quality is known to be in breach of…
Switched on Scotland
Energy Saving Trust recently held the first Switched on Scotland Forum at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh, in partnership with Transport Scotland.
Clean air zones open up the electric car market
The introduction of Clean Air Zones in London in 2019, and in cities across the UK from 2020 onwards presents a powerful…
Making the right motoring choice for you
The latest DVLA vehicle licence plates have just been released – it’s well worth considering your long-term fuel costs if you’re about…
Electric vehicles: green tech titans set out their stall for 2017
New Year always brings plenty of prognoses for the future – and it's perhaps an even bigger clamour in the technology industries.