Road to Zero

Green number plates for electric vehicles

Oct 22, 2019No Comments

Following yesterday’s announcement that the government is to consult on whether zero-emission vehicles should have a recognisable, possibly green, number plate with the aim of

Siemens: will all roads eventually lead us ...

Sep 10, 2019Comments off

Almost 2,000 locations across England, Wales and Northern Ireland have levels of air pollution that exceed safety limits, says Friends of the Earth*.  Road traffic

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Ban on sale of new petrol and diesel cars s...

Aug 29, 2019Comments off

The ban on petrol and diesel cars should be brought forward to 2035 to help meet carbon emission targets, a government committee has warned. A

Electric car chargepoints to be installed i...

Jul 16, 2019Comments off

All new-build homes could soon be fitted with an electric car chargepoint, the government has outlined in a public consultation on changing building regulations in

HORIBA MIRA Presses Industry to Speed Up EV...

Jul 10, 2019Comments off

Amid Jaguar Land Rover’s (JLR) recent announcement to invest over £1bn in electric car production, global engineering consultancy HORIBA MIRA is calling on the industry

Boost for EV charging as BVRLA provides Plu...

Jul 09, 2019Comments off

The BVRLA has welcomed today’s announcement that the Government is marking the anniversary of its Road to Zero Strategy launch by investing £37m in innovative

“Industry shouldn’t mark its own ho...

Jul 05, 2019Comments off

Following participation in a ministerial roundtable on how to move to cleaner transport refrigeration units (TRUs), clean cold experts Dearman have urged government to clarify

New requirements for electric chargepoints ...

Jun 24, 2019Comments off

Roads Minister Michael Ellis has today announced that all government-funded home chargepoints installed in the future must be ‘smart’. From 1 July, all chargepoints backed

Government’s Road to Zero Strategy is...

Jun 18, 2019Comments off

The Government needs to supercharge its electric vehicle strategy if it is to have any chance of meeting its new ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050

Spring Statement response

Mar 14, 2019Comments off

Paul Hollick, ICFM (Institute Of Car Fleet Management) chairman: “On behalf of all fleet decision-makers and company car drivers, the ICFM is hugely disappointed that

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