World must embrace technology that helps fossil fuels burn more cleanly to avoid energy crunch

World must embrace technology that helps fossil fuels burn more cleanly to avoid energy crunch

The world must embrace technology that helps fossil fuels burn more cleanly and efficiently to help avoid an energy crunch, leading fuel technology company SulNOx Group Plc said. SulNOx Group, which specialises in providing responsible solutions towards decarbonisation of liquid hydrocarbon fuels, said the need was urgent, with oil demand expected to grow by about …

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Two in five EV drivers use public chargers at least once a week

Two in five EV drivers use public chargers at least once a week

The vast majority of electric vehicle (EV) drivers (93%) use the UK’s public charge points, with 40% using public chargers at least once a week, new data from Zap-Map suggests. The company’s annual EV Charging Survey also found a significant increase in both the installation and usage of high-powered – also known as ultra-rapid – …

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Low-cost lightweight steering system for HGVs receives DfT funding

Low-cost lightweight steering system for HGVs receives DfT funding

The Government has awarded almost £2 million to support the development of 51 projects that are aimed at creating a more efficient transport system. The Department for Transport (DfT) funding is part of the Government’s Transport Research and Innovation Grant (TRIG) programme. Winning a share of the cash is the University of Cambridge, which is …

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Toyota teams with Tesla in using low-cost cameras to develop self-driving tech

Toyota teams with Tesla in using low-cost cameras to develop self-driving tech

In a bid to try to advance self-driving technology without expensive sensors such as lidars, Toyota Motor Corp. unit Woven Planet has joined forces with Tesla Inc. Woven Planet informed Reuters it is able to use low-cost cameras to collect data and effectively train its self-driving system, a “breakthrough” that it hopes will help drive …

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