British automotive manufacturing plants reduce CO2 emissions by -2.8% to deliver lowest carbon footprint on record. Electrified vehicles reach record levels of output as investment in low carbon production delivers more ultra-low and zero emission vehicles to UK roads. Renewable

27 February 2018 #Emissions #Environment #SMMT News

New cars on sale in 2017 emit -12.6% less carbon dioxide than the equivalent older models, but average UK new car CO2 rises 0.8%.

02 March 2017 #Environment

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02 March 2017 #Emissions #Environment #SMMT News

The UK automotive industry has once again beaten CO2 targets, with average new car emissions down for the 19th consecutive year, according to the latest SMMT CO2 report. The annual SMMT New Car CO2 Report 2017 reveals that carbon tailpipe emissions fell to an all-time low in 2016, with new cars averaging just 120.1g/km.

28 April 2015 #Emissions #Environment #SMMT News

UK average new car CO2 emissions fall to all-time low of 124.6g/km, beating EU target by 4.2%.

13 March 2014 #Environment

SMMT’s 13th annual New Car CO2 Report shows ongoing reductions in new car emissions. Average UK new car CO2 emissions stood at 128.3g/km in 2013, down 3.6% on 2012 and 29.1% on 2000. Average new car emissions fell below 130g/km for the first time,

03 December 2013 #Environment #Reports Archive #SMMT News

The Best Practice Principles have been developed by SMMT, LowCVP and ISBA as a framework and a starting reference point for consumers, the automotive industry and its marketers in the sphere of marketing communications for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (up to 3.5 tonnes).

14 March 2013 #Environment #Reports Archive

SMMT’s 12th annual New Car CO2 Report shows ongoing reductions in average emissions of new cars. Average UK new car CO2 emissions stood at 133.1g/km in 2012, down 3.6% on 2011.

03 December 2012 #Environment #Reports Archive

Commissioned by the Transport Knowledge Transfer Network (TKTN) and the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) and written by Ricardo-AEA for the project partners, this report aims to show how greenhouse gas emissions for HGVs could be significantly cut and focuses on the key technical opportunities.

03 July 2012 #Environment

SMMT’s 13th Sustainability Report reflects more clearly than ever the progress UK automotive is making towards its long-term environmental commitment, driven by sustained investment in resource efficiency and the development of low and ultra-low carbon products.

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