A solution exists that helps reduce municipal fleet emissions without simply scrapping older diesel vehicles. Projects in the north and south east England have upcycled diesel refuse vehicles, extending the life of existing assets through the fitment of electrified powertrains.

05 March 2020 #Bus and Coach #News #TNB News

Coach operator National Express  Group  has said it will not buy another diesel bus for UK operations as it set out its  vision for a sustainable future. In addition, the company says it will ‘lead the transition’ to zero emission

Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said, The UK government’s ambition for all new cars and vans to be zero emission by 2040 is already known. Industry is working with government to ensure that the right consumer incentives, policies, and infrastructure

17 August 2015 #Aftermarket #News #Top Stories

NCH Europe has launched DPF Protect, a fuel additive designed to reduce the temperature at which soot burns in diesel particulate filters (DPF). The new product arrives as new Euro-6 legislation has increased demand for DPF servicing. Updated regulations mean

The SMMT has held a special event in London urging policy makers to recognise the vital role modern diesel vehicles should play in reducing emissions across Britain – and to do more to support their adoption. Improving Air Quality: The

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