A small boost to the Government’s £950m Rapid Charging Fund (RCF) could deliver enough capacity for on-route HGV charging and hydrogen refuelling at all motorway service areas (MSAs) in England, according to an analysis by National Grid. The RCF was launched under the government’s Project Rapid which aims to deliver six high power, open access charge points at each MSA by 2023, and 6000 in total by 2035. The National Grid analysis, supported by HGV manufacturers and the freight industry, […]
The government has given the go ahead for category B licence holders to operate heavier vans, so long as the vehicles run on alternative fuel.
The London Lorry Control Scheme has been suspended in order to ease the passage of goods into shops and supermarkets.
HGV drivers made redundant by RHA members can apply for a free day’s Driver CPC or an HGV driver medical to help them get back to work.