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AIXAM-MEGA is Europe's largest manufacturer of zero emissions ultra-light electric vehicles under the MEGA brand. With an ongoing focus on environmental protection, AIXAM-MEGA runs research and development programmes that continuously further weight reduction, fuel consumption and recyclability.
Climate Squad offers loads of ways for young people to get involved in building a more sustainable future. Pump It Up events are all about saving carbon emissions by pumping up car tyres. We're on a mission to get as many tyres as possible pumped up to recommended levels because driving efficiently is better for the environment, and saves people money.
Volvo is latin for "I roll...". Volvo was born in 1927, when the first car ÖV4, nicknamed 'Jakob', left the factory in Gothenburg. Vehicle safety is Volvo Cars' most important asset. The goal is to protect all people in traffic situations including the driver, passengers and pedestrians. Volvo Cars works to lower climate impact through efficiency, alternative fuels and hybrid technologies.
Way back in 1956, company founder Soichiro Honda said: "After materials are carried into the factory, nothing but products should be carried out." Today, this has been achieved with zero waste to landfill at all Japanese manufacturing plants and Swindon to achieve this by 2010.
Streetcar is the official car club for Bridgestone Eco-Rally 2010. They have cars parked in a dense network of dedicated spaces across London and several other UK cities, typically within a few minutes walk of your home or work. You can use one for as little as 30 minutes or as long as 6 months.
ITM's electrolyser and fuel cell technologies have the potential to become the cornerstones of a future hydrogen economy based on 'green' hydrogen. Their hydrogen systems are able to convert renewable energy to a clean fuel, that can be indefinitely stored for use in transport, residential and industrial applications.