Gregory Distribution has committed to cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 4.2% every year and transitioning at least 5% of its fleet each year to alternative fuels including biogas, battery electric, HVO and hydrogen powered trucks, when they become available. The company’s pledge comes as the UK government announced plans last week to phase out the sale of new diesel and petrol heavy goods vehicles by 2040. The pledge sees Gregory sign a letter of commitment to pursue reductions in […]
The DVSA’s new training and licensing requirement for drivers operating alternatively-fuelled vehicles between 3.5 and 4.25 tonnes is too narrow, according to training company RED Driver Risk Management.
Which fuel will operators ultimately adopt for long-distance heavy haulage? Dan Cook (pictured), operations director at Europa Worldwide Group, insists the government must put greater investment into a preferred technology and give it scale and convenience
ULEMCo will be on hand at this autumn’s Commercial Motor Show to share with operators how its hydrogen technology can take their vehicles beyond Euro-6 on the road to decarbonisation.