A project to deliver a zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell ambulance is one of 22 schemes to receive a share of £25 million in Government funding.
The first in a series of features looking at fleet skills and education by ICFM chairman Paul Hollick
With the Budget imminent, six action points would create certainty, boost ULEV uptake and allow fleets and drivers to plan with confidence
Attendees will be able to take part in a comprehensive seminar programme, a technology exhibition with broad B2B focus and a ride and drive in a test track environment.
Clean cars and vans could be fitted with new green number plates under Government plans to promote awareness of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
Insurance, maintenance, tyres and breakdown cover could now be taxed when provided via a so-called Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRA).
Adding low emission vehicles to a fleet can cut CO2 and costs. But what does an organisation need to consider? Andrew Ryan reports.
Organisations wanting to add electric vehicles to their fleets have traditionally faced many barriers, but these are being solved. Andrew Ryan reports
A new initiative has been launched in Nottingham with the aim of increasing the uptake of electric vehicles, as well as improving air quality in the city.
By Richard Lowden, founder and CEO of Green Motion
Hackney and Islington councils are consulting on a scheme which could see all but the cleanest vehicles banned from two zones in Shoreditch.
By Simon Carr, chief commercial officer, Alphabet GB
Registrations of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) have increased by 1,864% since 2011, with almost 100,000 now on the UK roads.
Alphabet has revealed that it delivered 8.9% of the UK’s total number of ULEVs in 2017.
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