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The Government has today announced that the automotive sector will receive a £73.5million investment for advanced technology to cut carbon emissions.
The BVRLA has written to Transport Minister, Rachael McLean MP, in response to her request for the association to submit recommendations ahead of a more formal consultation on charge points.
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £10 million to research and develop technologies to help secure future zero emission vehicles innovation.
Green number plates will be introduced in Autumn to make it easier for cars to be identified as zero emission vehicles.
The two trade associations representing the UK motor finance and fleet sector have urged Ministers to develop an ambitious car scrappage scheme that tackles air quality, drives EV uptake and encourages more sustainable travel behaviour.
Transport Minister Rachael Maclean MP has written to the BVRLA asking the association to provide an industry view on a range of topics relating to the use of charge points.
BVRLA members are invited to join this Thursday’s Technical and Operational Management online Forum which focuses on EVs and transport decarbonisation.
Aside from Covid-19, transport decarbonisation is the biggest issue facing the fleet sector, and it will be the focus of the next Technical and Operational Management Forum on Thursday 4 June.
Twenty-seven different member organisations were present at the association’s decarbonisation policy workshop yesterday, which was attended by senior officials from the Department’s for Transport, Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, HM Treasury and OLEV.
The BVRLA’s Q4 Quarterly Leasing Survey has a new improved analysis, that provides a wider and more accurate perspective on what is happening in the market.
Following last week’s published definition of what should be included and excluded when determining a vehicle’s price for the £50,000 Plug-in Car Grant “price cap”, the BVRLA has been seeking further clarity.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has updated the definition of the price of an electric vehicle for the Plug-in Car Grant (PICG) after the £50,000 eligibility cap was announced at Budget 2020.