The DfT is to hold a zero-emission vehicle summit in Birmingham this September. The department said it will bring together policy makers, industry experts and opinion formers from around globe to tackle carbon emissions and to find ways to improve air quality. Transport secretary Chris Grayling said: “The government is committed to meeting our climate change targets and cleaning up our air and to help achieve that we are investing £1.5bn in ultra-low-emission vehicles by 2021. “This ground-breaking event shows […]
Switching from diesel to natural gas will produce a 10% saving in CO2 emissions for a heavy truck running on motorways, according to trials carried out by IVECO at Millbrook.
Sainsbury’s plans to double the size of its dual-fuel fleet as it orders 50 more liquefied biomethane fittings for its trucks.
If your operation will be affected by Sheffield’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) plans, then make sure to put 17 March in your diary.