A last-mile delivery concept using self-driving, electric pods called Ez-Pro has been unveiled by Renault at the Hannover Motor Show in Germany.
Fraikin has published an executive summary of the Government’s Road to Zero – the Department for Transport’s white paper.
A survey from Northgate Vehicle Hire shows operator ignorance of local air quality plans less than two years before they could be charged to enter major cities.
Renault UK is growing its support of the London-based Felix Project with the donation of a further seven all-electric Renault Kangoo ZE panel vans.
Sixteen of the UK’s largest van fleet operators have pledged to invest a combined £40 million in the next two years on electric vans to improve air quality.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced it is checking lorries for emissions cheat devices, with the nationwide rollout of enforcement action.
The real-world implications of operating low and zero emission vehicles are challenging, says the lead engineer at the UK’s largest commercial vehicle fleet.
The leaders of the UK’s major fleets are being urged to make a Clean Van Commitment following research that warned pollution from each diesel van in its lifetime could cost the NHS up to £25,000.
Congestion and air quality could be improved if cargo bikes and electric vans were used for last-mile deliveries, according to the Government.
Business operating vehicles in Leeds are being urged to have their say on clean air zone proposals before the consultation closes on August 12.
Swansea Council has taken delivery of 40 Peugeot Partner Electric SE L1 vans, making Swansea the local authority with the largest electric van fleet in Wales.
Clean Air Zones (CAZs) are unfairly targeting hauliers and pricing trucks off the road, say a coalition of industry bodies.
The Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS) supports the Government's ambition to achieve a 15% reduction in carbon emissions from HGVs by 2025.
London Electric Vehicle Company van should achieve range of 80 miles.
Thousands of commercial vehicles face charges of up to £300 a day to enter London.
UTG provides local authorities with the framework for formulating transport policies. But vehicle exclusion is not part of its agenda. By Stephen Briers
Guide highlights key information and calling for fleet operators to take part in the consultation process.
Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in Leeds and Birmingham will have significant costs for businesses, says the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
The electric Refuse Collection Vehicle (eRCV) is a 26-tonne battery-powered, zero-emission refuse vehicle designed to do a 14 hour ‘double shift’ duty-cycle without needing to recharge.
ACEA is urging the European Commission to take into account the specific complexities of the truck market when setting CO2 emission standards.