A new fleet of liquefied natural gas (LNG) lorries from Imperial is helping to drive sustainable logistics at the Mini factory in Oxford.
A new approval scheme for renewable fuels has been launched by the Zemo Partnership (formerly the Low CVP).
The widespread use of high blend renewable fuels could reduce truck emissions by 46 million tonnes over the next decade, a study by Zemo Partnership has found.
Luxury car maker Bentley will fuel its fleet of trucks with Green D+, a fossil-free alternative to diesel made from vegetable oil.
Foresight Group is providing an initial £80 million in funding to CNG Fuels in a partnership to build a nationwide network of refuelling stations offering zero carbon fuel for HGVs.
The Government is being urged to develop a ‘masterplan’ that will enable the decarbonisation of transport, including vans and trucks.
The John Lewis Partnership is building a dedicated biomethane gas filling station at its Bracknell head office to enable its largest heavy goods vehicles to use a low-carbon alternative to diesel.
UPS has announced agreements for up to 46 million gallons of renewable fuels over the next three years.
C2G Ultra Biofuel has exceeded expectations in terms of cost, carbon savings and substitution rates in a two-year low carbon truck demonstration.