The BVRLA’s annual, free-to-attend, online Fleets in Charge Conference will cover all things decarbonisation on Thursday 7 October 2021 and members are reminded to save the date.
The fourth event in the BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge webinar series ‘Beyond Electric’ puts the spotlight on other zero emission technologies that play a role in delivering road transport decarbonisation.
The Competition and Markets Authority has published a report having reviewed whether industry could deliver a comprehensive UK charging network that works competitively and can be trusted.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has launched a consultation to learn more about the role that vehicle-to-X energy technologies could play in a net zero energy system.
The BVRLA has carried out its first face-to-face training course in nearly eighteen months since the outbreak of the pandemic saw all learning move to online delivery.
The size of the BVRLA leasing fleet grew by +1.5% in the first quarter of 2021 following ten consecutive quarters of decline, indicating a strong start to the year for the leasing sector.
The European Commission has confirmed that member states will be adopting new measures, introduced to help meet the target of reducing emissions by 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels.
In the latest issue of Greenfleet magazine, the BVRLA highlights how the vehicle rental and leasing sectors can help small businesses by giving them more flexibility and less risk when adopting a sustainable fleet.
The BVRLA has published its latest Leasing Outlook Report providing insights from a range of data compiled from members.
The Government has set out more of its strategy for phasing out the sale of polluting cars, vans and trucks and encouraging more sustainable transport choices.
The Government has published a delivery plan outlining the key timelines and milestones that are needed to support the transition to zero emission cars and vans.
The Department for Transport has launched a consultation seeking views on proposals to phase out the sale of new diesel and petrol heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).