Engine has agreed a deal to provide electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities across Biffa’s UK sites.
New electric trucks from Swedish startup Volta will begin on-road trials in London and Paris next year.
Falck Ambulance has begun testing electric Patient Transport Services (PTS) in London, ahead of the Mayor’s expanding zero emissions zones.
Geofenced 7.5-tonners use electric in city and diesel on the motorway for maximum efficiency.
10 range-extended electric vehicles (REEVs) have entered UPS’s delivery fleet in its Tamworth depot and an additional five in Southampton.
Milk & More is expanding its fleet of electric vehicles to more than 500, with the addition of 159 new LDV EV80 models.
Two thirds (66%) of small businesses predict their fleets will be fully electric within the next 20 years, with 50% expecting this to happen in half that time, new research suggests.
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Led by Hitachi Vantara and UK Power Networks, the three-year Optimise Prime trial will see up to 3,000 electric vehicles (EVs) from Centrica, Uber and a parcel carrier take to the road.
Under the exclusive partnership, LeasePlan will provide operational leasing solutions for SAIC’s Maxus zero emission electric LCVs.
Congestion and air quality could be improved if cargo bikes and electric vans were used for last-mile deliveries, according to the Government.
Mercedes tests two models with an eye on the desire for larger electric vans with acceptable cargo volumes. By Simon Harris
Milk & More has expanded its EV fleet with 200 new StreetScooter electric vans.
Government wants vehicle excise duty (VED) for vans to be graduated according to their emissions in the same way it is for cars.
UPS has begun a partnership with Arrival to develop and trial a fleet of 35 custom-made electric delivery vehicles.
Ford will begin testing its plug-in hybrid Transit Custom van in Valencia, Spain, in addition to the ongoing trial taking place in London.
The Clean Van Commitment (CVC) is asking 100 van fleet operators to promise to be tailpipe emission-free in cities by 2028.
Fleet operators could lose out to forward-thinking competitors if they don’t consider ultra-low emission vehicles, Government officials have warned.
Shoreham Vehicle Auctions (SVA) has launched a used electric van training course for LCV dealer sales staff and fleet vendors.
Currently, only Citroen's Berlingo and Peugeot's Partner are marketed with battery power and sales are modest in what remains a comparatively tiny market.