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Minister of State for the Future of Transport, George Freeman has written to BVRLA, acknowledging the importance of our industry and welcoming the association’s recommendations for how government can support fleets to drive the transition to electric vehicles.
The BVRLA wrote to Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week to reiterate why the vehicle rental and leasing industry is a crucial partner to delivering the UK’s environmental and economic goals.
BVRLA Government Affairs Manager, Paul Thompson shares his thoughts post-election about what could happen under the new government regarding Brexit and road transport decarbonisation in the coming months.
The BVRLA’s unveiled its Industry Outlook 2020 Report at the association’s Industry Outlook Conference in Nottingham last week.
According to November figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), alternatively-fuelled cars reached a record market share against an overall decline in the UK car and van markets.
The BVRLA has joined forces with over twenty automotive, environmental, EV charging and fleet organisations to write to the main party leaders ahead of Thursday’s General Election, to ask for continued support for the Plug-in Car and Van Grants.
The BVRLA has joined forces with over twenty automotive, environmental, EV charging and fleet organisations to call upon the next government to pledge their continued support for the Plug-in Car and Van Grants.
This Friday (6 December) the BVRLA will be sending a joint letter to political party leaders encouraging them to support the continuation of the Plug-In Grant for vans and cars.
In response to concerns raised by members about the significant costs of upgrading infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs), the BVRLA recently hosted an EV energy roundtable.
With just over a week to go until the BVRLA’s Industry Outlook Conference 2019, there are still places available. Don’t miss the chance to see a key session on Electric Vehicles (EVs), which will focus on supply, demand and infrastructure.