The Midlands will need 76 low and zero emission fuel refuelling stations by 2040 if it is to meet growing demand from operators in the region for alternative fuels and meet statutory zero carbon targets. According to a recent study by think tank Midlands Connect, the region will need a maximum of 65 hydrogen refuelling stations and 11 CNG/LNG refuelling stations by 2040 just to service the Midlands HGV fleet. The study, dubbed Alternative Fuels: Beyond Fossils, is calling for […]
London river, road and rail freight solutions provider Walsh has signed a 20-year agreement with the Port of Tilbury to help meet the capital’s demand for construction materials to be delivered sustainably.
Ulemco is developing what it claims is the world’s first 100% hydrogen-powered combustion engine for a lorry.
Last month, Daimler Trucks and the Volvo Group finally established the hydrogen fuel cell joint venture the two companies announced last year. It promises a significant step forward in the production of electric drivelines for both companies.