First Hydrogen has announced that its first zero emission light commercial vehicles are in the final stages of development. The first of the company’s demonstrator vehicles completed hydrogen fuelling at 700-bar pressure at the ITM/MOTIVE site in Rainham, Essex this week. The location is close to the AVL facility in Basildon where the vehicles are […]
ePower Trucks has marked 20 years in business with the launch of five new last-mile delivery electric LCVs.
If one thing is certain as the UK heads to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 it is that no one low carbon technology has emerged to provide the answer to decarbonising heavy, long distance freight transport in the near term.
The delayed Birmingham City clean air zone (CAZ) will be launched on 1 June 2021, the city council has confirmed. The move will see non-Euro 6 trucks, buses and coaches charged £50 a day to enter the zone, which lies within the A4540 ring road. Non-compliant cars will be charged £8 a day.