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As of 07.00 on 14 June, OZEV (Office for Zero Emission Vehicles) has removed the Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) to new orders. This is what it means to members.
The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) has confirmed that it will prolong the extended delivery period of 12 months for eligible Plug in Vehicle Grant orders placed on the grant portal, until further notice.
The Fleets in Charge webinar on 27 April – ‘Powering up: The future of batteries’ – will provide insights into everything regarding batteries for electric vehicles, from their use and future technology, to repair and warranty.
The BVRLA has welcomed the contents of the technical consultation on zero emission vehicle mandate policy design, recently shared by the Department for Transport.
The BVRLA has welcomed today’s launch of the “Charging the Future” Report from the EV Energy Taskforce, which highlights what more needs to be done to hit the UK’s Net Zero targets. Collaboration between the energy, infrastructure and transport industries is the only way in which the seismic shift to zero emission road transport can be achieved.
The BVRLA has welcomed the Government’s new EV Infrastructure Strategy, which addresses many of the key concerns facing charge point users, but would like to see a more comprehensive approach taken in addressing the infrastructure needs of commercial vehicle fleets.
The BVRLA has been liaising with the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) regarding the plug-in grant and some confusion about whether rental companies are still eligible.
The Mayor of London has asked Transport for London (TfL) to consult on expanding the ULEZ in 2023. The move is seeking to build on the existing Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and the tighter Low Emission Zone (LEZ) standards, which have reportedly reduced nitrogen oxide emissions by 30% across London.
As membership hit a new high in 2021, the BVRLA has outlined its plans to invest in training, research, and public affairs in 2022.
With the cost of petrol and diesel reaching record highs this week it is the perfect time to think about alternatives. The latest in the series of the BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge webinars ‘Untangling the Charging Conundrum’ will take place tomorrow (16 February).
It has been another busy year for decarbonisation, with a high number of government consultations and announcements, plus developments to technology and infrastructure solutions. Sign up to the BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge webinar ‘2021 – an electrifying year in review’ to hear more about the most significant developments for zero emission vehicles and transport decarbonisation over the last 12 months.