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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.
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.
The growing gap between different fleet segments’ abilities to decarbonise will be one of the key issues discussed at the upcoming BVRLA Fleets in Charge Conference on October 7th.
Fleets are in Charge of the destiny of road transport decarbonisation. The BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge webinar series explores the latest technologies and business models and the policy environment that surrounds it.
The BVRLA is formulating a response to the Government’s consultation on the proposed options for a carbon dioxide (CO2) regulatory framework for all new road vehicles in the UK.
The next BVRLA Fleets in Charge webinar, ‘Beyond Electric cars’, puts the spotlight on other zero emission technologies that play a role in delivering road transport decarbonisation.
The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles has written to the BVRLA to confirm that there will be an extension to the window of time for Plug-in Grant orders to complete.
Seven major companies, including the operators of some of the largest commercial vehicle fleets in the country are working together to help accelerate the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) across the UK.
The fourth event in the BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge webinar series ‘Beyond Electric’ puts the spotlight on other zero emission technologies that play a role in delivering road transport decarbonisation.
The size of the BVRLA leasing fleet grew by +1.5% in the first quarter of 2021 following ten consecutive quarters of decline, indicating a strong start to the year for the leasing sector.
The European Commission has confirmed that member states will be adopting new measures, introduced to help meet the target of reducing emissions by 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels.
The Government has set out more of its strategy for phasing out the sale of polluting cars, vans and trucks and encouraging more sustainable transport choices.