The potential for lorries to be fuelled by sewage waste is being investigated by Coventry university and Severn Trent. The project will look to capture waste ammonia from the water company’s treatment facility and convert it into a green fuel for heavy vehicles not suited to battery electrification. Severn Trent currently destroys waste ammonia present in sewage due to its toxic properties, but the project could see it captured and turned into hydrogen instead. If it’s successful, there is the […]
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has changed its name to Zemo Partnership, to reflect the country’s aim to be net zero by 2050.
Fleet management firm VMS has purchased 1,000 commercial vehicles from Maxus, 60% of which are EVs.
Commercial vehicles have “a very big role” to play in reducing road transport carbon emissions in the future, according to the head of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LCVP). Speaking to Motortransport.co.uk after an event this week (29 January) marking the tenth anniversary of the public-private partnership, LCVP MD Andy Eastlake said both light and heavy commercial vehicles would play their parts in cutting emissions. To his end, LCVP is currently working on the development of a strategy to encourage […]