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|New tax rates will apply to all new cars which produce as little as 1g/km of CO2 or more.
‘New’ first-year payments will be introduced across the 13 bands. - those emitting more CO2 will pay more tax in the first year.
After that first year, the annual rate of tax, no matter what the car’s CO2 emission is, becomes a flat rate of £140. Under the new law, the more polluting the new car, the more the driver will have to pay in the first year|
|Polution attributed in UK by cheating German cars thank you EU .Now heading to all electric and nuclear reactors Nation wide One incident technical or terrorism and environmental armaggedon. BRING BACK THE THE IMPROVING CLEAN ICE protect our environment|
|UK is one of five countries persistently contravening legal nitrogen dioxide levels with pollution from factories and vehicles Britain has been sent a final warning to comply with EU air pollution limits for nitrogen dioxide (NO2) or face a case at the European court of justice.
If the UK does not show Brussels how it intends to comply with EU law within two months, a court hearing with the power to impose heavy fines could begin later this year, as the Guardian revealed last week.|
|Nevertheless Oliver interesting, what was the source? ----- From the horse's mouth!|
|WOW! With the recent rise in the share price, I only need it to be a 30-bagger from here to break even! No problemo!|
|Slightly O/T, but if each wood burning stove adds the equivalent amount of fine soot particles as 2,000 petrol cars, they seem to be a big step backwards in built up areas. My neighbour burns what I assume is coke in hers and that stinks sometimes when weather conditions bring the smoke down.
"Wood was one of the fuels prohibited in the Clean Air Act from being burned in smokeless zones. But there is an exemption which allows it to be burned in appliances approved by the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
There are now hundreds of appliances on the list, ranging from wood-burning stoves to biomass boilers. Theoretically, all meet standards.
But as with diesel engines, the level of pollution measured in a controlled test does not necessarily reflect what spews out of them in practice — when, for example, people open the doors of their wood-burner to create a homely, open-fire effect.
A study in Tasmania, where new wood-burning stoves are allowed only if they are designed to emit less than 2.5g of PM2.5s per kg of wood burned, found that in real life they emit nearly four times that — with an average of 9.4g per kg. At that level, a single wood stove burning three tonnes of wood a year — the average — will emit as much PM2.5 pollution as 2,000 petrol cars."
|Nevertheless Oliver interesting, what was the source?|
|And why does it follow the governments power strategy is in chaos?It may be, it may not be, but it is not down to the challenge of EVs , not yet anyway.|
|The move to EVs would or will reduce diesel and petrol consumption in the capital. This will need a large investment in relevant electricity deployment.Yes, of course! Why use rhetoric like "huge strain"?Just work backwards from requirement to action.|
|They are seen as an antidote to the wave of pollution clouding Britain’s biggest cities. Within the next few years, it is hoped that a fleet of electric cars will clear the air by driving diesel and petrol engines off urban streets.
However, analysis has found that the burgeoning fleet of plug-in vehicles may create a new headache of its own.
Switching all cars to ultra-low emissions may place a massive strain on the power network because of the additional resources needed to recharge batteries, research suggests.
Figures produced by Transport for London (TfL) suggest that switching to an all-electric vehicle fleet in the capital would demand five times the amount of power needed to run the entire London Underground network. Rebecca Long-Bailey, the shadow business secretary, said the Government's energy policy was in "chaos".|
|Torotrak plc with EPIC/TICKER LON:TRK had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘HOLD’ today by analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald. Torotrak plc are listed in the Consumer Goods sector within UK Main Market. Cantor Fitzgerald have set their target price at 5.3 GBX on its stock. This indicates the analyst now believes there is a potential upside of 488.9% from today’s opening price of 0.9 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 1.4 points and decreased 2.9 points respectively.
Torotrak plc LON:TRK has a 50 day moving average of 2.79 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at GBX. The 52 week high for the stock is 5.47 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 0.8 GBX. There are currently 524,513,333 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 964,784. Market capitalisation for LON:TRK is £4,504,258 GBP.|
|Why doesn't somebody in TRK have the wit to buy a few of these Japanese cars, replace said 'shot' gearboxes with IVT and then sell them back to Japanese car buyers and let them create the demand for TRK IVT in new auto cars?
Too much like hard work?
Much easier to just license everything out and let some other mug do all the work.|
|Google finance is showing 5.05m volume at the start of trading today, is this right or a glitch?|
|Good market and will sell more.|
|A few days ago by chance I found myself talking to a New Zealander who was in business importing cars from Japan to NZ. They buy cars with auto boxes which are preferred in NZ, and up to 6 years old with no more than 60,000kms on them. Turns out that almost 80% of these cars have been used in stop-start city driving and the gearboxes are shot and have to be replaced! Thus he found himself with another business rebuilding and replacing Jap autoboxes. It's common knowledge in the NZ car trade that a low mileage car from Japan will need the autobox swapping out. So what the heck is going on? A car industry where the products seldom get out of second gear is producing products where the gearbox is shot at about 30,000 miles! How come Univance have not promoted the ivt to their home industry?|
|not sure if worth buying|
|surely Ford can afford a few mills to take v-charge if not the whole lot, too cheap now...|
paul the octopus
|Just a school programmed term.--- Strait St. Valletta ! I am a gearbox man!---Thus!--- But,do not like women with a moustache.Neither does Donald.|
|I have a gut feeling Ford has made a first tentative offer for V Charge.Not wanting to be beholden to a licence as per unit!|
|Launching for the dead cat bounce to 2.5p|
wild billy boy
|Looks like it|
wild billy boy
boom boom bang bang