The heavy commercial vehicle road freight sector is facing a massive period of change as it prepares for a low/zero carbon future. With the phase-out of diesel-powered trucks, now in the sights of the UK legislators, this is no longer a topic which can be ignored and there is a need for action from all areas of the sector.
The activities of the COP26 Climate Conference last year and the associated UK government announcements, has signalled a determination from the politicians and legislators to drive the UK transport sector to a zero carbon future, laying out clear milestones for the next 20 years. To facilitate change the transport and logistics industry is acting to prepare the vehicles, the infrastructure and the operating models which will be required for the new zero carbon future.
Join us at the Motor Transport Decarbonisation Summit in November, where we will discuss these big challenges and start building the road map for a more sustainable industry.