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  • Minister of State for Transport Michael Ellis MP says that the UK’s pledge to achieve a net zero greenhouse gas target by 2050 is an “an ambitious, but entirely achievable target.”
  • Leading by example on the next big business opportunity for the energy sector, two of the UK’s major energy suppliers - Centrica and SSE - have committed to switch their fleets to electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030.
  • With demand for clean, sustainable commercial vehicles set to grow in all cities around the world, LEVC publicly reveals its new light van - called the LCV - based on the highly successful zero emission-capable TX electric taxi.

  • Volvo Trucks’ electric, connected and autonomous vehicle - called Vera - has its first assignment.

    It will form part of an integrated transport system from a logistics centre to a port terminal in Gothenburg, Sweden.

  • Van operators are expecting to lead the conversion to electric vehicles in the commercial sector, with 71.4% of van operators who are considering using an alternative fuel, choosing electric.

  • To coincide with National Clean Air Day (June 20), the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has published a Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Guide to highlight the role that the wide range of retrofit technologies can play in improving air quality by cleaning up the existing vehicle fleet.

  • The Volvo Group has signed a deal with software specialist NVIDIA to develop an advanced artificial-intelligence platform for autonomous trucks.

  • LEVC’s new electric van - to be launched in 2020 - gives a 377-mile range. CEO describes it as ‘new and disruptive’. Based on the new electric London taxi, LEVC has revealed its new electric urban del ...
  • Clean Air Zones are being delayed due to a Government software system that has not been developed on time.

  • Go North East, has confirmed an order for nine E10 latest generation full electric buses with the world’s largest electric bus manufacturer, Yutong
  • In response to widespread interest from European customers, Nikola Motor Company has created a hydrogen-electric truck for European markets.