Tesco has rolled out its first 18-tonne zero emission electric truck and plans to add more to its fleets in the coming months.
Hydrogen and electric truck manufacturer Tevva is following up the recent unveiling of its 7.5-tonne hydrogen electric truck at the Road Transport Expo with the first ever display of its 19-tonne prototype development vehicle at IAA Transportation 2022 in Hanover next month.
ScottishPower is planning to build a £150m green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe which will be able to power trucks, trains and ships.
Temperature-controlled rigids manufacturer Solomon Commercials has partnered with Electra Commercial Vehicles to deliver a 19-tonne hydrogen-powered truck which is the first of its kind to go into operation.
Government plans to mandate OEMs to produce a certain quota of zero-emission vans from 2024 must be “ambitious” if they are to meet growing industry demand for electric vans, New AutoMotive warned this week.
Commercial vehicle dealer Guest Truck and Van is trialling solar panel technology at its head office in West Bromwich with the aim of providing enough power to charge its fleet of electric vehicles.
The van sector’s transition to electric variants is still two years behind cars, despite having the same 2030 end of sale date, according to the SMMT.
DHL is bringing the 13th and 14th races of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship season to London.
Knowles Transport has placed an order for a further 50 trailers to handle increased demand.
DHL Supply Chain has teamed up with the The City of London Corporation and Ford Pro to conduct a sustainable delivery trial at London’s historic Billingsgate Market to explore ways to reduce traffic, improve air quality and offer a better customer experience.