A new study from environmental campaign group Transport & Environment has concluded that gas-powered trucks are no better for the climate than conventional diesel models.
The latest BVRLA Road to Zero Report Card highlights the gaps in the fleet market’s strategy to decarbonise.
Hydrogen Vehicle Systems (HVS) has secured £5 million of investment to springboard the development of its hydrogen truck.
The Energy Saving Trust, Zemo Partnership and the Department for Transport (DfT) have relaunched and revamped the Freight Portal.
Ambulance conversion specialist VCS claims that its Dual Crewed Ambulance could save up to £1.4 million in fuel costs over five years, due to its lightweight construction.
Global road freight revenues are expected to grow by an average of 4.3% annually from 2020 to 2025, according to new research by Shell and Frost and Sullivan.
CNG Fuels has started construction of a new biomethane refuelling station in Avonmouth, serving HGV operators in Wales and the South West.
More than half (53%) of 18-24-year-olds would be more inclined to shop with a retailer if the delivery company prioritised reducing its carbon emissions.
Parcel carrier, Yodel has reported it reduced its carbon emissions by 25% despite record growth in the last five years.
A new report jointly created by Shell and Deloitte outlines 22 solutions aimed at addressing the economic, technical, regulatory and organisational factors influencing the road freight sector’s ability to decarbonise.
Powertrain specialist Libertine has demonstrated new technology that could help truck manufacturers to make all heavy-duty vehicles fossil free by 2040.
Renault Trucks UK & Ireland has unveiled plans to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas status by 2030 across its operations and dealer network.
Cenex and Sunswap will work together to develop a new type of refrigeration unit that is powered by batteries and solar panels.
Luxury car maker Bentley will fuel its fleet of trucks with Green D+, a fossil-free alternative to diesel made from vegetable oil.
Commercial fleets which operate around 2,600 vehicles with longer semi-trailers (LSTs) have saved 33.5 million miles and 48,000 tonnes of CO2.
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Road Freight and Logistics is recommending that the Government pauses the rollout of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and reviews whether they are still required.
Aberdeen City Council is reducing the carbon footprint of its fleet with the introduction of a new hydrogen dual-fuel road sweeper.
Continental’s CV boss Gilles Mabire calls for a trade-off between green goals and trucking sustainability.
Kuehne+Nagel has put eight Volvo FH Globetrotter LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) tractor units into 24/7 operation on two major contracts with Whitbread and Costa.
HJS Emission Technology have developed retrofit exhaust systems, enabling the owners and operators of certain Euro V vans to upgrade to Euro VI emission standards.