Nestlé has switched 75% of its owned fleet of trucks from diesel to Bio-LNG in a move designed to help the company become net zero by 2050. The transition will see all Nestlé’s food and drink products being delivered around the UK and Ireland using Bio-LNG. The food manufacturer said the move to Bio-LNG had taken several years to deliver, due to the complex nature of the delivery network. Sally Wright (pictured), head of delivery at Nestlé UK and Ireland, […]
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There is growing support for the view that green hydrogen made with renewable electricity could play a key role in decarbonising heavy road transport, but it should not be seen as a “silver bullet” that will address all the industry’s carbon concerns.
NOx emissions from trucks have dropped by at least 59% in just six years, driven by the industry’s £1.9bn investment in Euro-6 vehicles.