Demand for plug-in cars from fleet customers will increase with the arrival of the WLTP testing regime, says Puddy Vehicle Solutions (PVS).
Andy Burnham has called for a bold approach to driving down transport emissions at the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership’s Moving North Conference.
A lack of clarity from government on the tax implications of the new emissions testing regime will lead to drivers opting out of company cars into grey fleet vehicles with dangerous implications for safety and the environment.
‘Real-world’ emissions conversion tool, which changes a new WLTP value into an NEDC figure for tax purposes, increases CO2 values by 10% or between 10-15g/km on average.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has outlined its three-year strategy, putting consumers at the centre of its focus.
The UK has been ranked as the country with the seventh least toxic drivers in Europe.
Cap HPI is set to integrate the additional data from new real-world emissions tests into its New Vehicle Data set.
A number of diesel cars emit less NOx in the real-world than the Euro 6 regulatory limits, including the first testing under the new RDE regulation.
New EU fuel consumption and emissions test will impact fleet operations, but Arval claims awareness is patchy.
Average CO2 emissions generated by new cars in Europe have increased for the first time in 10 years.
The PSA Group, which owns Peugeot, DS, Citroen and Vauxhall, has published the real-world emissions data for a range of its new models.
The Government has launched a new consultation document outlining its plans to clamp down on car makers that fit emissions ‘cheat’ devices.
Charging employers for providing parking spaces is one of a number of solutions being considered to reduce air pollution in Manchester.
Hackney and Islington councils are consulting on a scheme which could see all but the cleanest vehicles banned from two zones in Shoreditch.
Leeds City Council sayst feedback from fleets at a roundtable hosted by the local authority will play an important role in shaping its clean air zone (CAZ).
Client Earth had accused the Welsh Government of failing to produce any firm plans to improve air quality.
The organisations attending the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting this month could cut CO2 emissions by 3 million tonnes by switching to low-emission fleets.
Cap HPI is warning that a clampdown on diesel vehicles could result in the UK missing European environmental targets.
Diesel cars face a ‘perfect storm’ that could see their market share fall from 50% to just 15% by 2025, according to new research published by Aston University.
The demonisation of diesel has led to large businesses debating a move away from the fuel type, according to new research from RAC Business.
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