Oxford City Council has approved the introduction of a zero emission zone (ZEZ) pilot, paving the way for the wider roll-out of restrictions.
The Government has announced £20m of funding for the development of new technology that will support the shift to electric vehicles (EVs).
The first Fleet News 2025 Strategy Forum put the spotlight on fleets’ five-year planning as UK businesses start the transition towards the ban on sales of new petrol/diesel by 2030.
Bathgate Business Finance has appointed Rachel Berry as its new business development manager.
By Jorge Pikunic, managing director at Centrica Business Solutions.
Fleets considering electrification should “stay calm” and take a considered decision before making the move to EVs.
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.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has published its new annual work programme with net zero as the clear, ultimate destination.
The DfT's transport decarbonisation plan has set out six strategic priorities that the Government will be consulting on over the next five or six months.
Oxford outlines plan to ban all petrol and diesel powered vehicles from entering the city centre.
Air quality issue addressed in Coventry.
Electric Vehicles (EVs) and its charging accessibility remain the biggest factor for those who have not made the permanent switch, says a new survey by Venson Automotive Solutions
There have been many comments in these pages, on the importance of electrification – a deeply encouraging sign of the commitment.
By Tim Watts, managing director of Fleet Department
Funding for new fleet of new e-cargo bikes will provide Scotland’s first integrated cargo bike delivery and waste service.
The Government will launch a new consultation this summer with the intention of increasing the penalties for vehicles left idling.
Fleets have seen an increasing number of drivers opting out of company car schemes to instead take cash allowances.
Long-term tax incentives, improved lead times and more rapid charge points are needed if the Government is to meet its ‘net zero’ emissions pledge.
The report says a fairer and more sophisticated tax system could be based on distance travelled, time of journey, location or air pollution.
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