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Following on from his recent presentation at the BVRLA’s inaugural Leasing Broker Conference, James Davis, Customer Insight and Strategy Director for Commercial Vehicles at Cox Automotive poses the £100 billion question about EV vans
EU President Juncker is proposing to cut truck emissions by 15% within seven years
This 2011 report published by TRL established that car rental can support a more sustainable transport system by providing affordable access to safer and more fuel-efficient vehicles.
Some 14,586 new plug-in cars have been registered in the first half of this year – more than were sold in the entire year of 2014.
Some 14,586 new plug-in cars have been registered in the first half of this year – more than were sold in the whole of 2014.
The main theme of this year’s BVRLA Industry Conference will be Air Quality, Energy and Emissions, and Transport Minister Andrew Jones will share the government's approach to air quality.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has commented on a number of announcements made by Chancellor of the Exchequer as part of Budget 2016.
The BVRLA Fleet Sustainability Credentials show that the rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport. The new data shows 94% of the BVRLA car rental fleet and 75% of leased cars are Clean Air Zone (CAZ) compliant just fifteen months before the first zones are expected to begin operating. These figures are well ahead of the average for all UK cars, where only 57% meet CAZ emission requirements.
Bloomberg NEF has published its Electric Vehicle Outlook, an annual long-term forecast of how electrification and shared mobility will impact road transport from now to 2040.
The BVRLA unveiled its Industry Outlook 2019 Report in front of more than 170 industry leaders at the association’s annual industry conference.
Oxford’s City and County Councils have announced their intention to introduce a Zero Emission Zone in the city by 2020, which will prevent all petrol and diesel vehicles from entering parts of the city centre.