Freight in the City recently hosted the ‘Hydrogen for Urban Distribution Vehicles’ webinar in partnership with Tevva Electric Trucks. The webinar looked at how hydrogen can be used to boost electric delivery vehicle ranges and government plans for decarbonising commercial vehicles. First up was Alan McKinnon, professor of logistics at Kuehne Logistics University who listed “five levers” that need to be pulled in order to decarbonise city logistics. These include reducing the demand for freight transport in urban areas, shifting freight on to lower […]
In our book ‘The Road to Zero Emissions’ we describe the future of the truck and transport industry up to 2050 and beyond. Some key facts to observe from our research can be distilled into 10 key trends.
Specialist energy consultancy Element Energy has won government funding to trial a hydrogen-fuelled HGV on behalf of Sainsbury’s in the Tees Valley area.
The “massive challenge” of distributing millions of Covid-19 vaccines in the UK, as well as across the world, will largely rely on courier firms such as UPS, DHL and FedEx, according to logistics experts.