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UK Government loses 3rd case over illegal air pollution

UK Government loses 3rd case over illegal air pollution

​Following a hearing in January, a judge ruled last week that the UK and Welsh governments will be required by law to draw up new plans to cure illegal levels of air pollution. This is the government’s third defeat in the High Court in London to environmental activists ClientEarth.

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Green Motion opens first Albania location
National Grid plans electric car rapid charging power network on motorway sites
Green Motion Poland celebrates continued success

Green Motion Poland celebrates continued success

​The Green Motion Poland team celebrated their success this month with their very own award ceremony, highlighting the achievements of branches and individuals within their extensive network of 19 locations across the country.

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Green Motion Lithuania celebrates four year anniversary

Green Motion Lithuania celebrates four year anniversary

​Green Motion Lithuania celebrates its four year anniversary as part of the Green Motion family this month. Lead by entrepreneur Mykolas Sabaitis who also owns the Green Motion operations in Poland and Latvia, Green Motion Lithuania has gone from strength to strength over the last four years, now operating in ten locations across the country, including the vibrant and historic capital Vilnius.

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Air pollution still at illegal levels in the UK despite lower emissions
Satellite data confirms melting ice sheets are speeding up rising sea levels
Support our Green Heart Campaign

Support our Green Heart Campaign

​The Green Heart Donation is an initiative that allows Green Motion customers to reduce their CO2 footprint, by offsetting the emissions produced while driving one of our vehicles.

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Chinese driving licenses are now valid in Finland
Green Motion CEO announced as closing keynote panellist at the International Car Rental Show 2018
Leading the way: California set to exceed goal of 1.5 million electric vehicles on the road by 2025