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UPS inks its largest investment in renewable natural gas to date

UPS renewable natural gas vehicle Atlanta - In June, UPS announced its ambitious new sustainability goals, including a 12 percent reduction of absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from global ground operations by 2025. Shortly thereafter, UPS announced a US$90 million investment in natural gas vehicles and infrastructure. Now, the Atlanta-based integrator

London buses to be powered by coffee

Inside a London bus. Don't spill the coffee, the bus needs it to move on. Waste coffee grounds will be used to help power some of London's buses from Monday, it has been revealed.   London (BBC) - A biofuel created by blending oil extracted from coffee waste with diesel is to be

Indian Oil And Ola Taxi Launch First Electric Charging Station

Ola Electric Charging Station New Delhi: State-owned Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) had announced the launch of the nation's first electric vehicle charging station at a petrol pump in Nagpur. IOC, in collaboration with Ola, launched the country's first electric charging station at one of its petrol-diesel stations in Nagpur, a company statement

Indian state uses drones to check open defecation

The Southern Indian state of Telanagana has embarked on a unique way to get rid of open defecation, using drones. As a pilot project, cops have deployed drones on the banks of a local reservoir in the state’s Karimnagar district to prevent people from defecating near the dam. The Lower Manair Dam

Where Self-Driving Cars Go to Learn

  Arizona’s promise to keep the driverless car industry free of regulations has attracted dozens of companies, including Uber, Waymo and Lyft. PHOENIX (NYT) - Three weeks into his new job as Arizona’s governor, Doug Ducey made a move that won over Silicon Valley and paved the way for his state to become a driverless

Mini-Car Made in Egypt Competes With the Tuk-Tuk

Mini-Car Made in Egypt: A locally-produced rectangular vehicle for six, made of a solid steel body is cheaper than the widely-used imported auto rickshaw Cairo - Inside his workshop in Kerdasa, a village in the Giza governorate, Ahmed Saeed is working on developing a local alternative to the auto-rickshaws or 'tuk-tuks' that