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The BVRLA has launched the 2021 version of its annual Road to Zero Report Card which provides a traffic-light assessment of the decarbonisation trajectories of the UK’s car, van, and truck fleets.
As the UK prepares to host the COP26 climate summit this November, the Government has launched a new app to help drivers to see which electric vehicles best suit their lifestyle.
Dangerous gaps have appeared in the fleet market’s road to zero, with some sectors accelerating towards the petrol and diesel phase-out and others stuck at a red signal.
The BVRLA’s upcoming Industry Outlook webinar - ‘A spotlight on commercial vehicles’ - will look at both the current state of the commercial vehicle market and its progress to decarbonisation.
The growing gap between different fleet segments’ abilities to decarbonise will be one of the key issues discussed at the upcoming BVRLA Fleets in Charge Conference on October 7th.
The BVRLA Fleet Sustainability Credentials show that the rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport. 100% of rented, leased and car club cars are Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) compliant and 99% of rented vans (96% of leased vans) are as well.
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.
The BVRLA has linked with two companies who will be able to support members needing to produce carbon reduction plans.
With the Government set to phase-out the sale of new diesel vans and trucks by 2040, the clock is ticking on commercial vehicle decarbonisation.
The BVRLA has responded to the Government’s proposals on phasing-out the sale of new, non-zero emission heavy goods vehicles.
The BVRLA is hosting its first physical event of 2021 next month, as it welcomes members, industry stakeholders and Transport Minister Rachel Maclean to its Parliamentary Reception at the House of Commons.