LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) has appointed Terry Rayner into a new role as head of UK sales, to support its growth plans in the domestic market. With the introduction of the company’s second product line, the VN5 electric van, LEVC said Rayner would be responsible for overseeing sales of VN5 and TX taxis, as well as supporting the growth of its dealer network. Joerg Hofmann, LEVC chief executive, said that it had transformed its business from a traditional taxi […]
Current traffic management policy is seriously flawed, adding to congestion, encouraging dangerous driving, increasing fuel consumption and emissions, and costing vehicle operators and tax payers a fortune, a new report from the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has suggested.
Zero-emission operator Zedify has been awarded a £100,000 grant as part of Bristol City Council’s strategy to ensure 95% of deliveries within its central area are made by electric vehicles within 10 years.
Researchers at Aston University have claimed commercial fleets could halve their emissions and better meet clean air targets using new technology which imitates how ants share knowledge and scales it up to optimise routes around busy cities.