Tesco has sealed a deal with EO Charging which will see it power Tesco’s UK home delivery fleet of electric vans. The move is part of Tesco’s plan to have a fully electric delivery vehicle fleet by the end of 2028. This year, the business has already rolled out 30 electric vans, with plans in place for a further 150 in 2022. EO Charging designs and manufactures EV charging stations and cloud-based charge-point management software for fleets, and provides installation […]
Evri – formally Hermes UK – has begun a trial of an electronically assisted cargo bike which could drive down final mile carbon emissions by as much as 89%.
A decision to reduce the size of HS2’s London terminus station at Euston means spoil will no longer be removed by rail and may have to be achieved with thousands of HGVs instead.
DP World’s container terminal at Southampton has eliminated fossil diesel from its operations in favour of hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), which it estimates will cut 14,000 tons of CO2 annually.