British Gas has placed an order for 1,000 Vauxhall Vivaro-e electric vans and says further orders will follow as it transitions to an all-electric fleet.
Time to ‘pause and assess’ says FTA as towns and cities report record low pollution levels .
Greater Manchester is asking Government for a £98 million ‘clean commercial vehicle fund’ after announcing its clean air zone will be delayed until 2022.
The opportunity for operators to trial electric vans for up to two months in West Yorkshire has been launched by Leeds City Council and Highways England.
Increased financial support for fleets to prepare for the tightening of London’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ) standards, has been welcomed by the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Mitie has reached another landmark in its electric vehicle (EV) roll-out, having taken delivery of its 250th plug-in vehicle.
FN50 research found an average of 13% were being returned early, up six percentage points on the previous year.
Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited (EAV) has revealed a fully temperature-controlled last-mile delivery e-cargo bike - the EAVcool Cargo.
Plans for a clean air zone (CAZ) in Bristol could leave 830,000 commercial vehicles facing charges in its first year of operation.
Operators of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) can apply for funding to prepare for the clean air zone (CAZ), says Leeds City Council.
Diesel particulate filters (DPFs) that wrongly claimed to be Euro V standard were only approved for Euro IV.
FTA’s Transport Manager autumn conference series will give the latest on air quality plans, ensuring fleets know which vehicles will be affected.
A free guide has been published to help commercial vehicle fleets make the transition from diesel to more environmentally-friendly and sustainable fuels.
Go Plant Fleet Services is partnering with Certas Energy to trial Gas to Liquid Shell GTL fuel for road sweepers.
UK sales of the fully electric Nissan e-NV200 have increased by 200% in 2019, amid changing emissions legislation and the introduction of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone.
British electric truckmaker says agreement with Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions “will open the way for fleets to move from fossils fuels to electric”.
New stations will increase capacity by 500% to meet demand from hauliers seeking to cut carbon emissions, pollution and haulage costs.
Ford says they are “the ideal solution” for urban and extra urban operations, as it moves into the latter stages of its pilot programme with 15 fleet operators.
CoolKit, a converter of temperature-controlled panel vans, has delivered five fully-electric Renault Kangoo ZE refrigerated vehicles to Petit Forestier.
Online shopping and the trend for self-employment are among factors that are driving huge growth in the use of vans, according to a new report from Ford.