Leeds City Council has joined Birmingham in asking the Government to delay implementing its clean air zone (CAZ), which was due to go live on September 28.
Royal Mail Group – a member of Optimise Prime, the world’s largest electric vehicle project - has signed a deal with EDF to deliver EV infrastructure.
DPD has ordered 300 of Nissan e-NV200 electric vans, more than tripling the courier’s current total EV tally to 450 by May.
Bevan Group is offering ‘last mile’ delivery fleets, together with other operators working in urban areas, access to a high-volume Nissan e-NV200 conversion.
Mitie has reached another landmark in its electric vehicle (EV) roll-out, having taken delivery of its 250th plug-in vehicle.
Menzies' electrification of its fleet continues in 2020.
LDV helps Nottingham Council go green with accessible EVs.
DAF CF Electric puts up high electric mileage in first year.
Operators of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) can apply for funding to prepare for the clean air zone (CAZ), says Leeds City Council.
DPD add ten electric assist cargo bikes to its delivery fleet.
Mitie EVs help reach milestone in Scotland.
Small businesses and electric vans have key roles to play in accelerating the widespread take-up of EVs, says EDF Energy.
Fleet decision makers are front of mind for the launch of the new Ducato Electric, the first all-electric BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) from Fiat Professional.
Rolec EV has confirmed it has been appointed by DPD to design and provide a smart electric vehicle charging network across over 60 of its sites nationwide.
Pendragon Vehicle Management (PVM) has completed delivery of eight electric Renault Kangoo vans to Lodge Tyres, with expected savings of £20,000.
A lack of recharging and refuelling infrastructure suitable for electric and other alternatively-powered trucks across the EU threatens CO2 targets, says the ACEA.
Global campaign seeks 100% transition to electric power by 2030
Absolutely has added electric cargo vehicles to its fleet for the first time, ahead of the introduction of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London.
BT Group and E.ON are among another five companies to joined EV100 and pledge to electrify their fleets by 2030.
Highways England and DfT have announced that TRL – the Transport Research Laboratory - will conduct a study into zero emission truck technologies.