Electric vehicle leasing specialist DriveElectric partnering with Transport for London to offer micro businesses and charities switch to electric vans.
Mitie launches its fleet of EVs.
See the eVito vans at next week's Fleet Live.
By Emily Hardy, road safety expert at Brigade Electronics UK
UK Power Networks has become one of the first of London’s utility providers to put Electric Vehicles (EVs) on its operational fleet.
It’s not available to buy yet, but Fuso's eCanter full-electric model becomes first production-ready truck to hit the roads. By Matt de Prez
Companies are urged to compete for up to £15 million of funding to develop technology to reduce harmful emissions from freight.
The Port of Southampton has taken delivery of 13 electric Nissan cars to be used by the Associated British Port (ABP).
England's legendary goalkeeper will provide a vivid overview of the self-discipline and dedication it takes to become the world’s best.
Royal Mail is to trial nine electric-powered commercial vehicles in partnership with Arrival.
Iveco has welcomed the Government consultation to extend the GVW allowance for alternative LCVs which can be driven by standard Category B licence holders from 3.5 tonnes to 4.25 tonnes.
Introducing more electric vehicles and using biofuels in others, London Borough of Hackney council will try anything to reduce its impact on the environment.
By Phil Gibbs, executive director at LLamasoft
Running on compressed natural gas could be good for business but UK lack of refuelling points may block progress for the Volkswagen Caddy.
The Renault Kangoo has extended its range by half as much without a drop in payload or cargo volume.
Hundreds of industry leaders from vehicle manufacturers, leasing, rental, service providers and major fleets are expected to attend.
DHL Group and Ford presented the first of their jointly produced electric delivery vans, or ‘e-van’, today in Cologne, Germany.
Fortem is on a mission to convert 10% of its fleet to electric vehicles with Nissan’s market-leading e-NV200 van.
Proposals could increase the ceiling for driving a commercial vehicle on a standard Category B licence from the current 3.5 tonnes to 4.25 tonnes.
Palletways’ owned depots in Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and Oxford have invested in a new fleet of electric pump trucks.