The Department for Transport has published its long-awaited response to consultation on proposals to allow category B licence holders to drive alternatively fuelled light commercial vehicles.
Lorries meeting the latest Euro VI emissions standards will pay 10 per cent less to use the UK’s roads, the government has announced.
Concerns over the residual values of alternatively fuelled vehicles are an issue that needs to be overcome, the body that presents vehicle leasing and rental in the UK has said.
Improved collaboration between electric vehicle operators and electricity distributors will see a substantial increase in the number of battery-powered vehicles on London’s roads.
Leading logistics provider Martin Brower has set a target to reduce its fossil fuel usage by 80 percent by 2020.
Vehicles and infrastructure options exist for companies interested in switching to gas-powered vehicles, the LoCITY Fuels in Action roadshow was told last week.
A hydrogen refuelling station has opened at Beaconsfield Services in Buckinghamshire.
Freight in the City has published its review of last week’s LoCITY Fuels in Action roadshow.
LoCITY’s Fuels in Action roadshow took place at Kempton Park Racecourse last week.