The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey showing that average CO2 emissions for members’ new car registrations have fallen below 100g/km for the first time ever.
The BVRLA has responded to the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles’ consultation on the consumer experience of public EV charging, highlighting how members and their customers are heavily reliant on charging infrastructure.
The BVRLA has been invited to join the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce in recognition of the important role that fleet and commercial vehicle operators are playing in the transition to EVs.
Latest Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) figures show that Battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids saw their combined market share double year-on-year from 7.3% to 13.9%.
The BVRLA’s second webinar in the 2021 Fleets in Charge series will focus on the supply of electric vehicles.
The next webinar in the BVRLA’s popular Fleets in Charge series will focus on ‘Supplying 2030’, looking at the supply of electric vans and cars in more detail.
The next webinar in the BVRLA’s popular Fleets in Charge series will be focussing on ‘Supplying 2030’, examining what Government and manufacturers are doing to get us there.
The BVRLA’s new EV technical training courses designed for those working in vehicle rental and leasing can be delivered exclusively for your business.
The Government provided no advance warning to fleets and drivers ahead of its announcement confirming an immediate change to the rates and eligibility criteria for the Plug-in Car Grant, the Plug-in Van Grant and the Plug-in Truck Grant.
BVRLA responds to the Government's announcement to cut Plug-in vehicle grants and eligibility.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Head of Policy & Public Affairs Thomas McLennan examines the need for incentivisation and support for world-leading transport decarbonisation targets