ITT Hub 2022: Government must provide logistics industry with clarity

There is an urgent need to decarbonise the logistics industry but further government clarity on the route to net zero is required immediately to ensure businesses have the confidence and certainty needed to invest in low emission solutions, says Logistics UK.

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Cenex to hold an introduction to low carbon road transport training event

The introduction to low carbon road transport training event will be held on 25-26th April, and will be led by some of the industry’s leading experts from Cenex – the Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, who will share their insights and learnings from operating in the industry for 17 years.

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Transport for the North launches first regional Transport Decarbonisation Strategy

A Transport Decarbonisation Strategy for the North of England – outlining the ambitious target of near-zero carbon emissions from surface transport by 2045 – has been launched today by Transport for the North (TfN).

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Powered light vehicles can enable transport decarbonisation

A new study from transport decarbonisation specialists, Zemo Partnership, uses life-cycle analysis (LCA) to compare the greenhouse gas emissions performance of powered light vehicles (PLV), including powered two wheelers (PTW), with larger vehicles which have traditionally been used for a range of operational and leisure purposes, focusing mainly on urban areas.

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H2 Green unveils transformational Clean Energy Hub plan for Shoreham Port

H2 Green, a Getech business, has signed a deal with Shoreham Port to develop a renewable energy hub that will remove emissions from its fleet of trucks and HGVs and be a catalyst for the wider region’s transport decarbonisation.

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Greener Transport Council publishes manifesto for decarbonising transport

Today, the Greener Transport Council, along with its 17 members, has published a manifesto for decarbonising transport, in which this leading group of transport professionals are calling for a national focus on behaviour change to achieve a substantial road traffic reduction over the next eight years.

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Major British companies commit to electrifying fleets by 2030

Seven major British companies, – BP, BT, Direct Line Group, Royal Mail, ScottishPower, Severn Trent and Tesco – have joined forces to create the Electric Vehicle Fleet Accelerator (EVFA) and will work together to work to help accelerate the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) across the UK.

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