All new cars and vans to be electric, but will 2030, 2035 or 2040 be the target date?
Businesses are reminded they have one month to measure energy consumption, including fleet operations, as part of the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
A diesel ban has moved a step closer in Bristol after the cabinet approved the plan yesterday (Tuesday, November 5).
Politicians must work with fleets and car makers to deliver a realistic transition to electric vehicles.
The Government says there is a need to go “further and faster” to reduce transport emissions to reach its net zero emissions target by 2050.
An “ambitious” legally-binding target to limit emissions of fine particulate matter is to be included in an Environmental Bill introduced in Parliament today.
Local authorities are being encouraged to bid for a portion of £2 million of central government cash for a wide range of projects to improve air quality.
The Government has said it will ‘look again’ at plans to end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040.
Workplace parking levies could be used as a way of tackling air quality and emissions targets, and raising money to invest in sustainable transport projects.
The first £70m of funding will create 3,000 new rapid charge points, more than doubling the number of rapid charge points across the UK by 2024.
Fleet Alliance says the Government lacks a clear and cohesive strategy to low emission charging zones, diesels and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
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