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  • Electric commercial vehicle technology pioneer, Tevva Motors Ltd, unveiled ELECTRIFY – its new Commercial EV Technology Fleet programme at the Freight in the City Expo - and it will be available to op ...
  • Morris Commercial has unveiled its all-new, all-electric Morris JE van. The 21st century re-imagining of the iconic Morris J-type van heralds a new electric future for the historic British brand.

  • For the first time, Volvo Buses shows the significant potential of autonomous buses in depot. The live demonstration of an autonomous bus at a bus depot, represents an important milestone in Volvo Buses’ autonomous journey.

  • Pioneering British astronaut Tim Peake CMG is to give an in-depth keynote speech at ITT Hub, at Farnborough on May 13/14 2020.

  • What's the future for low carbon Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) and last mile logistics? James Courtenay-Evans, Managing Director Transport, Lloyds Bank and Chris Chandler, Principal Consultant, Fle ...
  • Parcel delivery company DPD has taken delivery of the first 10 EAV P1 electric assist cargo bikes – the result of a partnership with Oxford-based manufacturer EAV. 
  • DPD is calling on vehicle manufacturers, energy providers, national and local Government to start working together to reduce emissions and congestion
  • Bristol City Council has proposed a £113.5m plan that would see it become the first city in the UK to take the bold step of introducing a ban for all diesel cars in the city centre by March 2021.

  • One of the many highlights at this week’s Busworld exhibition, Brussels, was the number of new zero-emission buses being launched.

  • Renault is introducing hydrogen fuel-cell Kangoo and Master vans in 2020, giving three times more range than the current electric versions, but still with zero emissions

  • Electric-only delivery company Gnewt is to trial the use of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology to help power its 70-strong fleet.

  • Visitors to Paris can now enjoy a trip through the City of Light in the world’s first gas-powered open-top sightseeing bus
  • In contrast to the majority of vehicles at Busworld, that are left-hand drive, Caetano signalled its intent in the UK zero-emission bus market with the launch of a 10.7m, right-hand drive H2.City Gold hydrogen fuel-cell single-decker.

  • The PSA Group has confirmed that from 2020 the Peugeot Expert and Citroën Jumpy models will be available as battery-electric van variants.



  • Volvo Group has created a new business sector - Volvo Autonomous Solutions - to accelerate the development, commercialisation and sales of autonomous transport solutions.

  • First Bus has engaged with Yutong and Zenobe in an exciting and innovative approach to vehicle electrification.

  • Volvo’s hybrid buses have been upgraded to drive silently and emission-free on electricity at higher speeds and cover longer distances than before.

  • For the first time, Volvo Buses is to offer a battery-electric articulated bus.

  • Scania used Busworld to show off its new-generation Citywide bus range - which now includes an opportunity-charging electric bus.

  • Equipmake has revealed the very latest version of its innovative electric bus platform – a new low floor chassis designed to make zero emission double-deckers more cost-effective