Public sector fleets have just weeks left to benefit from the Government’s hybrid van and minibus programme.
Hybrid commercial vehicle manufacturer Ashwoods Automotive has scooped the Manufacturing Innovation Award at the Insider Made in the South West Awards, held in Bristol.
Conwy County Borough Council has invested in eight Ashwoods Hybrid Transit light commercial vehicles (LCVs), with the help of funding secured via the Department for Transport (DfT) Grant Funding programme.
'Hybrid is right solution for the next 5-10 years' says Ashwoods, who has learned from LPG difficulties to develop hybrid fuel technology for vans
Swansea Council is investing in greener light commercial vehicles and creating the largest fleet of hybrid vans in Wales.
New fuel-saving technology for LCVs, which Ashwoods Automotive claims can deliver a return on investment within the first month, is already proving a success.
A fuel-saving technology for vans and minibuses that can deliver return on investment in just one month, according to Ashwoods, will be on display at LCV 2011.
Fleet managers have the chance to test drive a hybrid light commercial van at the GreenFleet Scotland event next month.
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