Royal Mail is taking on 29 gas-powered trucks as part of its commitment to reducing emissions.
CNG Fuels has started construction of a new biomethane refuelling station in Avonmouth, serving HGV operators in Wales and the South West.
Consultation on implementation expected to launch later this year.
A new fleet of liquefied natural gas (LNG) lorries from Imperial is helping to drive sustainable logistics at the Mini factory in Oxford.
Switching HGVs to gas fuels, including biomethane, bio-compressed natural gas (CNG), and hydrogen, could cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 38% by 2030.
A new approval scheme for renewable fuels has been launched by the Zemo Partnership (formerly the Low CVP).
Guest Truck and Van has supplied Selco with its first Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) trucks.
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 Gas Vehicle Network (GVN) has launched a new campaign to highlight the potential savings to fleet operator of switching from diesel to bio-methane gas.
The figures from CNG Fuels comes as it opens two new refuelling stations, with the support of Ingenious.
Resistance to the take-up of alternative fuel vehicles may be showing signs of decreasing, according to the Iveco dealer.
New stations will increase capacity by 500% to meet demand from hauliers seeking to cut carbon emissions, pollution and haulage costs.
Iveco shows that gas has its place in long distance trunking
European cash and carry and wholesale supplier Transgourment has added five CNG-powered Iveco Stralis NP trucks to its fleet.
Recycling specialist Warrens Group is to refuel its Iveco Eurocargo Natural Power truck with CNG made from its own food waste collections.
Hermes has placed the largest initial order of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles in the UK, this year.
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Internal combustion engines are expected provide a cheaper and cleaner alternative to fully-electric powertrains in heavy trucks, according to industry experts.
The Iveco Stralis NP has been ranked as the most fuel efficient truck when compared to its key rivals, according to tests carried out by European truck magazines.