At the TRATON Group Innovation day in Sweden last week, motortransport.co.uk caught up with Christian Levin, TRATON’s chief operating officer and head of R&D. MT: We have known about the dangers of climate change for at least 20 years. Why are we still seeing such small numbers of low emission commercial vehicles on our roads? CL: Customers hesitate and numbers are small – why is that? Because the incentives aren’t strong enough and there is too much risk. Our customers […]
Argos has put the first of five gas-powered Scania tractor units on the road, which are designed to run solely on compressed or liquefied natural gas.
Shell has opened a hydrogen fuel pump at Beaconsfield services today; the second of three it will be introducing around London.
Glasgow City Council has announced that its entire fleet of vehicles, including 23 gritters, street sweepers and refuse vehicles, will be replaced with dual fuel hydrogen models following an £805,000 funding award.