The 2020 LowCVP Conference will focus on how the UK can seize the opportunity for an investment-led green recovery in road transport as we emerge from Covid-19.
Hybrid cars, including mild-hybrid and plug-in, will be required if the Government is going to achieve it’s ambition of banning the sale of Internal Combustion Engine cars by 2035.
Fleets are being given the opportunity to help determine how the UK will achieve net zero emissions across every mode of transport by 2050.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has published its new annual work programme with net zero as the clear, ultimate destination.
Pioneering projects will receive government funding and could lead to greener transportation
As well as cutting tailpipe emissions, organisations are introducing a range of environmentally-friendly initiatives. We highlight a selection...
Fleets will increasingly look to consider the overall emissions of their vehicles in the future and not just what comes out of the tailpipe, says Epyx.
Climate Emergency Response Group sets out 12-point-plan for Government to consider.
Organisations are being given the chance to apply for up to £200,000 of Department for Transport funding towards ecargo bikes – four times the amount they could previously apply for.
City region transport authorities are calling on the Government to give them the power to impose penalties on vehicles to reduce the idling and stop-start conditions that cause congestion and air pollution.
Introduction of E10 petrol would save the equivalent emissions of taking 700,000 cars off the road.
One in three motorists don't know if their current diesel car meets ULEZ emissions standards
The Mayor of London’s inaugural London Climate Action Week gets under way today, with four companies making ambitious new commitments on clean energy and transport.
Funding for new fleet of new e-cargo bikes will provide Scotland’s first integrated cargo bike delivery and waste service.
Local authority leaders from around the country have signed up to a wide-ranging plan aimed at significantly cutting air pollution.
Air pollution in a number of UK towns and cities is worse than previously feared according to a new Government plan ordered by the High Court after legal action by ClientEarth.
One in five fleet operators say they will pay fines if charged to enter clean air zones (CAZs), rather than replace older vehicles with new, cleaner models, new research suggests.
Fleet operators and dealers can now offer screen wash in the form of a soluble tablet to reduce plastic use.
Vehicle manufacturers may have to meet tougher than expected CO2 targets for cars and vans after a European Parliament vote this week.
Arval will launch a fleet consultancy approach called SMaRT - Sustainable Mobility and Responsibility Targets.
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