Coventry and Oxford are both developing proposals to become the first areas of the UK to switch an entire town or city’s bus fleet to electric vehicles.
Jason Airey, founding WCRAQ member CMS SupaTrak Managing Director, deputised for Barry Sheerman MP and Working Party Chair Richard Wenham and welcomed the Energy, Fuels & Vehicles attendees across the industry, including Allison Transmission, Biffa, Dennis Eagle, ECLF, GPS Marine, and Ubico.
Bus fleets are one of the largest contributors to poor air quality in cities, producing both nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter.
The global ride-hailing service company, has pledged £5 million to install public charging points in poorer boroughs in order to help the switch to electric cars. Uber seeks to highlight the imbalance of charge point installations across the capital. However,…
Amazon has just revealed the first of its planned custom electric delivery vehicles, complete with built-in Alexa, expected to be delivering packaged within a year. The company plans to have 100,000 on the road by 2022, and 100,000 by 2030.…
Scientists have found a 300% increase in harmful particulates emitted from asphalt during hot weather. After study the effect of heat on samples of asphalt, scientists found significant carbon-based emissions. Researchers from Yale University, Carnegie Mellon University and the Max…
Dixons Carphone has signed up to the Climate Group’s EV100 initiative, pledging to switch its commercial fleet to electric and alternative fuel vehicles by 2030
BBC News reports on tougher limits on levels of air pollution are proposed to tackle a problem thought to contribute to as many as 1,400 deaths a year in Wales.
The launch of the Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Working Party was attended by prominent industry experts and kicked off important discussions.
The country has seen an electronic device and e-vehicle ‘battery boom’ in recent years, creating a dilemma of how to deal with the growing numbers of used rechargeable batteries.