Mark Teevan

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Water emissions from the Toyota Mirai, a hydrogen-powered car. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Hydrogen-fuelled cars, buses and trucks can be a reality in Ireland by 2023, and there is the potential for more than 35,000 hydrogen vehicles to be o(...)

Is hydrogen fuel going to be the fuel of the future?   Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

If you are a betting person, then a wager on hydrogen power as a potential future fuel source for cars may just have become a better bet: China could (...)

At the heart of the issue is the European-wide adoption of a new, stricter emissions-testing regime, known as WLTP. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images

New car prices look set to rise. That’s bad news for a motor trade already suffering under a flood of used imports. If there is good news from the pro(...)

Toyota and Hyundai are members of Hydrogen Mobility Ireland which wants to facilitate production of low-carbon hydrogen for transport. Photograph: iStock

A number of carmakers here have joined CIÉ, Ervia, Bord Gáis Energy and Bord Na Móna to present a plan to the Government’s low-emission vehicle taskfo(...)

The results of the UCD study

A study by academics at UCD has found that new Toyota Prius hybrid cars tested over 2,000km through a variety of commutes in Ireland spent 62 per cent(...)

Interior shot of a self-driving Lexus car.

The coming of the robot car has been screamed loud from every headline and tech blog for the past decade, but increasingly car makers are being more c(...)

The new hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The arrival in Ireland of the first hydrogen-fuelled car was not for a big launch of a soon-to-be-available model. Its makers shipped it here to provo(...)