Yorkshire duo Magtec and Paneltex are now ready to put their 7.5-tonne electric truck into series production.
By Christopher Walton and Colin Barnett A Fuels in Action event at Kempton Park in Surrey last week (20 March) was the culmination of a year of activity from LoCITY featuring roadshows on gas, electric and hydrogen. It brought together operators, manufacturers, fuel suppliers and policy experts to explore the multitude of options on the market. Up for discussion were the latest developments and operational impacts across all alternatives to diesel, as well as the effect of legislation such as […]
By the end of 2018, Shell will have opened three new hydrogen refuelling pumps on sites around London.
But the fuel giant says that its hydrogen network won’t stop there, and that it’s also committed to other alternative fuels. […]
Improved collaboration between electric vehicle operators and electricity distributors will see a substantial increase of battery-powered vehicles on the roads of London, delegates at the LoCity Fuels in action roadshow heard. […]
With air quality one of the major themes dominating the political landscape and by association the road transport industry in 2017, unsurprisingly some of the most read content on Freight in the City this year related to exactly that. However it was Smith Electric Vehicle’s demise at the start of the year that was one of our most read and by association made a story about it’s bold plans from the end of 2016 another our hit of the year, […]
Hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles could play a key role in London’s ambition to become a zero-carbon city by 2050, according to TfL. Speaking at a recent LoCITY roadshow – developed to help freight operators learn more about hydrogen technology in vans and HGVs – TfL freight environment programme manager Fergus Worthy told delegates: “If you look at the mayor’s transport strategy that came out for consultation over the summer, you will see that the long-term vision for London is to be […]
Leeds City Council has published its consultation plans for a category B clean air zone (CAZ) in the city centre, which will require all HGVs to be Euro-6 standard to enter its central area or pay a £100 charge. […]