Courier company Absolutely has launched its Eco Hub, a new zero emission focused courier depot in Holborn, London.
Mitie has launched a zero-emission gritting service for commercial use, using an electric gritter and sustainable white marine salt.
DHL Parcel has taken delivery of 14 new electric vans in London as it targets zero logistics-related carbon emissions by 2050.
The framework provides an opportunity for the public sector to convert existing petrol or diesel vehicles to electric or hydrogen drivetrain technology.
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EO Charging (EO) has announced it has collaborated with Geotab and LEVL to create an integrated EV charging and telematics solution.
Europe’s truck manufacturers have concluded that by 2040 all new trucks sold need to be fossil free in order to reach net zero by 2050.
Bensons for Beds is launching an electric vehicle (EV) delivery trial as it begins planning to phase out all its petrol and diesel vehicles.
Refurbishment costs less than half the price of a new battery-electric model, claims converters.
Roger Brereton, head of sales at Pailton Engineering, explains some of the unique challenges on the road to electrification in different sectors.
A growing number of fleets are starting to make the switch to plug-in vehicles, according to data published by the Department for Transport (DfT).
Northgate has ordered 250 Peugeot e-Expert vans as part of a strategy to help its customers transition to electric vehicles (EVs).
Kingston Works Limited, the principal provider of housing maintenance, street lighting and vehicle fleet services to Hull City Council, has taken on 13 pure-electric Peugeot e-Expert vans.
Plant hire firm HE Services has added 25 BMW i3s to its fleet as part of a commitment to enhance its green credentials.
Teletrac Navman has added a new web-based automated artificial intelligence (AI) tool to help fleet operations make the switch to electric vehicles (EVs).
The Food Train charity has taken delivery of six new Renault electric vans, enabling it complete zero-emission deliveries in Scotland.
The Government is being urged to fund a new Net Zero ‘retrofit army’ and provide half a million tradespeople with incentives switch to electric vans.
Just over a third of GB-based vans travelled regionally (34%), 14% travelled nationally and 1% internationally on a typical day.
The West Midlands Ambulance service will be the first to trial a new electric ambulance built by conversion specialist VCS.
London-based sustainable drinks brand Drinks Cubed is the first business to order the new Volta Zero electric truck.