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The BVRLA is the trade body for the vehicle rental, leasing and mobility services sector. Its members own and operate more than four million vehicles in the UK and are leading the driver to decarbonise. The sector is already responsible for the majority of battery electric vehicle (BEV) registrations, with a combined fleet size that is set to hit 900,000 by 2025(1).
The Government has today published its Net Zero Strategy. Ahead of COP26 and building on the Prime Minister’s 10-point plan, the strategy sets a clear pathway of how the Government will meet its net zero commitment by 2050.
TfL consult on a series of changes to the congestion charge, including the hours of operation and amount charged
Birmingham City Council’s Cabinet has voted today on closing city centre roads to through-traffic, except for zero-emission buses and cyclists.
Last Thursday saw the BVRLA’s digital ‘Fleets in Charge’ conference take place for a second year, with over 360 delegates able to interact with expert panels, share information and network.
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The BVRLA submitted its Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021 representation on 30 September.
Are you baffled by the used BEV market? Considering your COP26 commitments? Assessing the electric vehicle aftermarket?
The Government has launched a wide-ranging new Future of Transport Regulatory Review that will seek views on electric vehicle charging and the regulatory environment needed to support increasingly connected and autonomous vehicles.
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.