As the UK’s natural gas refuelling network grows giving operators more choice of where to fill up, some stations using more expensive refuelling technology may be forced to close, experts have warned. The business case for buying gas trucks depends heavily on the price operators pay for gas, so cheaper stations will see volumes increase faster than those charging more. Steve Carroll, head of transport at the Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell technologies (Cenex), a not-for-profit […]
Howard Tenens has taken delivery of six new Lawrence David longer semi-trailers (LST) in an effort to reduce CO2 emissions from its trunking movements.
Retrofit kits are unlikely to meet the needs of the majority of hauliers facing the rapid advance of emission controls across the UK’s towns and cities, delegates at today’s (6 November) Freight in the City Expo were told.
Over a quarter of operators (26%) plan to purchase alternatively fuelled commercial vehicles in the next three years (such as the Volvo FL electric – pictured main), according to the findings of a far-reaching report into the future of the road transport industry.