Bibby Distribution has had five MAN TGS LS tractive units converted into dual-fuel trucks using LPG for its work with Unipart Rail, in a move it suggested would save up to £200,000 of fuel and reduce CO2 emissions by 10% over the next five years. Bibby Distribution operates 30 vehicles for Unipart Rail, some of which rack up over 200,000km a year. The switch to LPG is expected to take over 66 tonnes of CO2 out of Unipart’s vehicle operations […]
In our book ‘The Road to Zero Emissions’ we describe the future of the truck and transport industry up to 2050 and beyond. Some key facts to observe from our research can be distilled into 10 key trends.
High levels of interest from fleet operators for zero emission vehicles will drive a “dramatic shift” to electric vans, according to research from the Arval Mobility Observatory.
The infrastructure and vehicle options for the widespread adoption of gas-powered commercial vehicles is there, delegates at the LoCity Fuels in Action seminar heard this week, but there is more to it that simply swapping diesel for gas in the tank.