What comes after diesel?

Diesel fuels our economy, but its malign influence on air quality, contribution to climate change and the inevitable drying up of oil wells means this cannot last forever. Gareth Simkins investigates the alternatives

by Gareth Simkins
Promising technology or “slightly bonkers”? Siemens and Scania’s hybrid lorry uses power from electric cables strung over a 2km stretch of Swedish motorway. Photograph: Scania
Promising technology or “slightly bonkers”? Siemens and Scania’s hybrid lorry uses power from electric cables strung over a 2km stretch of Swedish motorway. Photograph: Scania

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