In this blog Catherine Bowen, senior policy advisor, BVRLA, looks at the challenges facing commercial vehicles in the transition to electric, and how collaboration is key in addressing the issue. Catherine will be appearing as part of an expert panel at the MOVE conference, taking place in London’s ExCel Centre on Wednesday 15 June.
Colin Ferguson, co-founder and CEO of The Algorithm People, looks at what fleet operators can do now to progress their journey to zero emission commercial vehicles.
Catherine Bowen, Senior Policy Advisor at the BVRLA highlights the association's new Fleet Charging Guide, aimed at helping to inform local authorities but requiring engagement with fleets and industry bodies for solutions that will stand the test of time.
The BVRLA has launched a new initiative to help local authorities as they try to meet the diverse charging needs of electric fleets. With the roll-out of charging infrastructure increasingly being devolved to local government, the association’s new ‘Fleet Charging Guide’ highlights some key fleet use cases and how they can best be supported on their zero-emission journey.
David Rose, Head of Product at Alphabet GB shares tips for members on encouraging customers to make the shift to electric.
The BVRLA Leasing Outlook report combines the aggregated market data and insight of experts from across the sector to provide an unrivalled perspective of what is happening to the market and where it is heading.
As another year full of ups and downs ends, BVRLA chief executive Gerry Keaney looks at some of the key barriers the association has overcome, while also looking ahead to the challenges to be faced by the industry in 2022.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Thomas McLennan looks at BEV growth and the assocation's areas of concern that may slow it down, not just for cars but large vans and HGVs.
The 2021 edition of the BVRLA's annual Road to Zero Report Card not only assesses progress towards zero emission fleets in terms of EV supply, EV demand and charging infrastructure, but also for the first time compares progress for cars, vans and trucks.