This report assesses how fuel duty incentives could be better designed to help distinguish and reward lower carbon forms of fuels and makes recommendations about future support for road gas fuels. It also examines how Government can help to encourage longer term investment and innovation in the hydrogen and fuel cell cars of the future and makes recommendations about how the UK's Fuel Cell Vision should be taken forward.
Tomorrow's Low Carbon Cars is part of ippr's Motoring Towards Sustainability programme which is examining the role of the car in progressive and environmentally sustainable transport policy. Later in the year, ippr will be publishing further policy reports on road transport and climate change as well as road user charging.
Social housing need of the hour amid homelessness crisisAt a time when the social housing waitlist is weighed down with hundreds of thousands of people, the Scottish government has planned to reduce approximately £200 million in investment in social housebuilding. This could be disastrous and…
Health leaders, charities, experts and campaigners urge Chancellor to take action on ‘concerning’ state of UK health to deliver prosperity at Spring BudgetLeading health voices have written to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt to urge him to deliver a bold strategy to transform UK health and deliver nationwide prosperity.
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