Operators taking part in the DfT’s Low Emission Freight and Logistics trial headed to Cenex LCV at Millbrook last week to highlight progress being made in developing cleaner delivery vehicles for industry. Electric, natural gas, KERS, dual-fuel hydrogen, smart charging and aerodynamic lightweight vehicles were all on show to demonstrate the technology-neutral scope of the Innovate UK supported trial. Read more Government commits £20m to low-emission freight vehicle trials First vehicles now ready for £20m Low Emission Freight and Logistics […]
A competition offering £10m of funding to firms that can develop ways to move freight and people more efficiently is attracting strong interest.
Operators of all sizes need to stay ahead of the curve on low-emission freight technology or risk being left behind.
Delegates will hear an update on the government’s £20m Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trials at the Microlise Transport Conference.