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  • A total of 32 companies are to collectively receive £33mn for five projects aiming to transform the UK’s low carbon automotive future. The funds are being made available via the 12th round of  investment through the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) that is supporting the development of the next...

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  • Intensifying economic and environmental pressures are forcing aviation to (finally) take a serious look at greener fuels, writes Michelle Meineke.

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  • Two short articles exploring electric seaplanes and lifeboats.

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  • Last summer saw the creation of three new ‘Supergen Energy Hubs’, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and briefs to build collaboration between universities and industry in three research fields: bioenergy, energy networks and offshore renewables. Here, t...

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  • Aviation, urban transport, shipping, electric vehicles – we focus this month on the changes being made to energy in transport. Starting with an article on early moves by the world’s airlines to find and trial some greener fuels, we also cover similar changes being made by the maritime industry – two...

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  • Faced with sweeping challenges, the UKPIA Director General opens this month’s issue by emphasising the positive contribution the downstream sector can make to the transition to a low carbon economy. The key is development of the ‘smart’ or ‘intelligent’ refi­nery according to Accenture and process t...

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  • Air fuel quality standards that help ensure the safety of passengers on more than 100,000 flights globally every day have been revised and updated by the EI Aviation Committee and Joint Inspection Group (JIG).The second edition of Quality assurance requirements for the manufacture, storage and distr...

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  • Eight airlines grew their carbon emissions at a faster rate than Ryanair on flights within Europe last year, according to the European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E). Low-cost airlines Jet2, Wizz Air, EasyJet, Vueling and Norwegian and national carriers TAP, Finnair and Luft...

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  • Projects across the UK are set to benefit from £25mn investment to develop ground-breaking zero emission technologies for new vehicles. A boost for green transport, the investment is a key part of the government’s Industrial Strategy, and part of wider efforts towards developing a net zero carbon ec...

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  • In the bio-aviation-fuel world, the sporadic use of petroleum alternative sources such as household waste, non-food plants and industrial waste gases now appears to be reaching a tipping point through the combined activities of airlines, aircraft manufacturers and fuel producers, supported by sustai...

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