A fuel cell powered aquaponics farm? That’s what was on display for today only in London as a showcase of this form of alternative energy.
The City of London completes a successful field trial of the Nissan e-NV200 commercial van as the automaker prepares to bring it to market next year.
The pilot project will turn waste from businesses housed at the London Sustainable Industries Park into a building material for green roofs.
The cheerful, modern home boast lots of eco-friendly features, changing the myth that affordable homes have to be boring.
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Hyundai offers up some of its fuel cell vehicles to an ambitious project in London that’s studying how to develop and deploy this alternative fuel technology.
In the future, skyscrapers could double as air filters and biofuel generation plants.
25 Nissan Leaf all-electric cars are being leased to individuals as part of a low carbon transportation study in London.
The complex that provided living quarters for 17,000 Olympic athletes is being refurbished and will soon become part of a new neighborhood built around walkability and green spaces.
The U.K. invests heavily into green bus deployment, including in its capital, as it hopes to cut carbon emissions significantly.