The new 40kWh battery for the 100% electric Nissan e-NV200 offers a 60% extended range of up to 280km (174miles).
Companies are urged to compete for up to £15 million of funding to develop technology to reduce harmful emissions from freight.
UK Fuels, fuel card provider and part of Radius Payment Solutions, has expanded its UK Fuels network to over 2,250 UK sites.
Cenex is supporting a monitored research trial on low emission HGV vehicles.
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.
Hundreds of industry leaders from vehicle manufacturers, leasing, rental, service providers and major fleets are expected to attend.
Logistics specialists Howard Tenens is investing in the latest compliance tools and technology to future proof its business.
Operators achieve a 7% reduction in their business’ emissions since 2010, significantly outperforming industry as a whole.
A 12-tonne Iveco Eurocargo from Fraikin’s rental fleet has become what is believed to be the world’s first rigid truck to utilise motor racing-style Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) regenerative braking technology.
Jaama’s Key2 software aims to help truck fleets comply with tough, new DVSA roadside inspections, including an emissions check.
Transport for London has named Proventia Emission Control in a framework agreement as a supplier to the NOx Abatement Framework Agreement.
DVSA will target lorry drivers and operators who try to cheat vehicle emissions, with new roadside checks which will target those who break the law.
New proposals for road charging based on elements such as distance travelled and vehicle emissions could be a positive step for freight operators.
Commercial vehicle fleets are likely to be hit hardest by the backlash against diesel simply because of the lack of alternatives available, says FleetCheck.
Fleets Informed partners claim that companies are becoming increasingly reliant on suppliers for information, management reports and innovation.
Businesses could save an average 3% on their total monthly fuel bill by switching to using supermarket forecourts, according to fuelGenie.
BP and Aral have launched a new international fuel card, benefiting more than 200,000 BP and Aral fuel card customers.
FORS has partnered with BP Fuel Cards to launch a two-part webinar series to help members implement strategies for carbon management in their fleets.
Average waiting times have been slashed by more than 50% for motorists who have misfuelled, with the help of Webfleet from TomTom Telematics.
The FTA is calling on the chancellor to cut fuel duty in the Budget so UK businesses can continue to trade cost effectively in a new, post-Brexit environment.